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The EYFS Profile Handbook and the EYFS Profile exemplification materials have been published by the Department for Education.

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The survey of 2,000 parents commissioned by Lego Games reveals that more than seven out of ten UK parents let their children win to prevent tantrums.

A quarter of mothers now only play board games with their children twice a year because of their busy lifestyles, despite the majority recognising that they are educational, according to new research.

More than 1,500 children entered the Design a Bug competition, held by childcare insurers Morton Michel in association with Buglife, the invertebrate conservation trust.

Riding a balance bike for just over a month can significantly improve a toddler's balance, according to new research.

Children under five can take part in a one-day fancy dress fundraising event for Save the Children.

Children and families charity 4Children has launched an online business health checker designed to support childcare providers in developing robust business strategies.

The use of new screen technologies, such as smart phones, tablets, smart boards and apps, with young children is causing growing and widespread concern, a new report claims.

Early years settings and schools have the chance to show off their green credentials and compete for 1,000 prize in a competition run by the Royal Forestry Society.

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