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Being a Forest Schools practitioner requires a constant awareness of the opportunities presented for the children, writes Sarah Blackwell.

Childcarers put chairs and baby and toddler feeding equipment to the test for Nicole Weinstein.

Latest products for younger children that are made with their needs and abilities in mind are given a preview by Ruth Thomson

In the first of a new series on running a Forest School programme, Sarah Blackwell identifies priorities in locating and using the land.

Resources to explore concepts of light are put to the test by early years settings for Nicole Weinstein.

The latest early years resources with an emphasis on sensory appeal, eco-friendliness, comfort or convenience are spotted by Ruth Thomson.

Childminders have bought and equipped a beach chalet for a unique resource they can share with other providers. Annette Rawstrone reports.

Early years settings test colour-related resources for looking, sorting, mixing and experimenting, and tell Nicole Weinstein what they found.

The challenges of climbing boosts young children's well-being, learning and language as well as physical strength, as Ruth Thomson hears.

Going out of the classroom and getting involved in their local environment is the best way for children to become members of society, says Will Coleman.