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Communication, language and music are intrinsically linked, and it is important to understand this in the early years, writes Linda Pound

How experimenting with music aids children’s personal, social and emotional development and promotes self-regulation. Linda Pound explains, and offers practical advice for practitioners

An educational adventure along the Grand Union Canal in London saw children design, build and launch a narrow boat. By Rosie Potter

From pottery to knitting, taking part in arts and crafts activities is easy thanks to the wealth of opportunities out there, writes Penny Tassoni

Physical development and music go hand in hand, and the key to success is variety, explains Linda Pound in the second part of this series

Music is important in its own right in promoting young children’s cognitive development, well-being and enjoyment, says Linda Pound in the first of a series about how music can support early learning

One conference is opening minds to early creativity. By Gabriella Jozwiak

Arts Council England (ACE) is asking early years practitioners to contribute to a consultation on arts and creative practice in early years settings.

A nursery in Wiltshire used a local garden in an old churchyard, and a visual artist, to put together a Making Memories project. Annette Rawstrone explains

How one setting is supporting children’s innate musicality and communication development with the help of a visiting musician. By Caroline Vollans