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Nurseries, playgroups and primary schools are being invited to register and get involved in the annual Chatterbox Challenge by I CAN, running early in 2011.

An inclusive approach to children learning and speaking more than one language is explored by Tina Bruce, Carolyn Meggitt and Julian Grenier.

Can signing help hearing children to develop language quickly? Michael Jones reports on an innovative project in Luton, helping children's oral storytelling by teaching them British Sign Language.

Poor communication skills in young children are the subject of a new strategy for an education team working in partnership with a primary care trust, says Adele Hawkes.

Signing for the under-twos in a mixed inclusive centre is leading to advanced communication skills for all the children. Laura Marcus finds out about the benefits of a unique form of bilingualism.

A unique structured therapy programme is changing the prospects of nursery children with speech and language delay. Ruth Thomson reports.

An early years project aiming to promote inclusion through the creative arts challenged everyone's thinking. Louise Jackson explains how.

Well-meaning early years settings may provide dolls like disabled children for the sake of inclusive practice, but it could end up doing more harm than good, as Mary Evans hears from the experts.

Specially designed story sacks can engage children who have special educational needs who might otherwise miss out, says Viv Hampshire.

Having a dog on the staff team provides an added attraction for children at one nursery learning about its owner's disability. Annette Rawstrone reports.