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In part two of a series on winter, Julie Mountain looks at creating spaces that allow children to make the most of the great outdoors.

An understanding of size aids mathematical development in children, but how can you support it? Nicole Weinstein offers some suggestions.

In the first of a series on outdoor play in winter, Julie Mountain looks at what nurseries need to think about to help keep children warm.

Use stories and games based on Santa Claus to talk about the value of giving and inspire creative learning opportunities in the run-up to Christmas, suggests Marianne Sargent.

Create polar landscapes to help children learn about the people and animals that inhabit them, and to provide opportunities for role play, suggests Nicole Weinstein.

As part of a drive to forge links with the local community, a setting in Durham organised a supermarket trip. Carey Anne Bonser reveals why it has given them an appetite for more.

A Beach School is opening up a wealth of new learning experiences for children at one nursery in Bristol. Ruth Thomson finds out more Photographs At woodland house nursery, Bristol, by Marcus Way.

A woodland wonderland at a nursery in West Lancashire is helping children to develop understanding and empathy for the world around them. Ruth Stokes investigates.

High Greave Infant School in Rotherham has transformed its provision over the past two years. Ruth Thomson visited to see how it is working to meet the needs of its children.

Design and technology sparks imagination and helps children begin to make sense of the world in which we live, says Nicole Weinstein.