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In providing resources for playful learning we need to remember the process in which they will be used, not just the outcome at the end, says Anne O'Connor.

Try treasure baskets and discovery boxes for babies to become engrossed in self-directed play, in the second part of a series from Claire Stevenson, Donna Luck and Veronica Lawrence.

What is needed for young children to express their creative ideas through art? Linda Keats explains.

A well-resourced environment and sensitive adult support ensure care routines at Giant Steps Horden Limited meet the needs of individual babies. Rachel Priestman and Sam Neil explained how to Jean Evans.

Three early years settings tell Mary Evans about science resources they wouldn't be without.

A good computer management system can work wonders for your business, but before you invest take your time and try before you buy, says Mary Evans.

How do you create a quality learning environment? Gill Farnworth, head teacher of Westfield Nursery School, Stoke-on-Trent, explains the approach of her staff team.

Resources to engage young readers, by Helen Bromley

The Early Years Foundation Stage was intended to represent continuity in early years practice, sharing, as it does, the same principles as its predecessors, the Foundation Stage and Birth to Three Matters framework.

Make-believe is integral to a child's development, and the more open-ended the resources, the greater the scope for imaginative play, says Helen Bromley.