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Getting the right amount of sleep at home and in settings is essential to children’s well-being. Nicole Weinstein offers some tips and resources

Taking young children on public transport will be exciting for them as well as developmentally beneficial, explains Penny Tassoni

How one setting’s children turned their own stories into animated films. By Annette Rawstrone

Developing toddlers’ balance and co-ordination is a priority at one setting in the US, writes Claire Martin

A new guide to keeping children safe has been published by the Pre-school Learning Alliance

Planning a party, to mark an event for example, is a fun activity as well as a learning experience for children, writes Penny Tassoni

How one setting used its own resources to explore the capital and bring it to life. By Annette Rawstrone

Tablets and other ICT devices can enhance certain outdoor activities for children. Julie Mountain discovers how best to use them

In the first of a new series on self-care, Nicole Weinstein finds out how carefully chosen crockery and chairs can enhance the mealtime experience

How our Nursery of the Year Dandelion Education is breaking new ground. By Caroline Vollans