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Children should be exposed to art and design activities at an early age. Penny Tassoni provides some pointers
The author and illustrator of the award-winning Charlie and Lola and Clarice Bean books has been named as the 10th Waterstone’s Children’s Laureate.
A new online Song and Rhyme Library has been launched by Bookbug, Scotland’s national book gifting programme, to celebrate Bookbug Week 2017 between 15 and 21 May.
A new free music therapy training scheme for early years settings is being launched by an award-winning charity.
Fantasy play is easy to cater for. Nicole Weinstein provides some practice tips for practitioners and ideas for resourcing
How symbolism through play, music and stories encourages children’s creativity. By Professor Tina Bruce and Jane Dyke
Organised by Arts Connect, How to Catch a Moonbeam and Pin it Down is one of the first events of its kind to interrogate creativity and the arts with children aged 0-5 years, and investigate...
Bringing music to a setting or the home can only be good for children, explains Penny Tassoni
Story The Dot has inspired children in Burnley to become little artists, writes Annette Rawstrone
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