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Sometimes overlooked or left to art activities, pattern is fundamental to children's understanding of mathematics, says Judith Stevens.

Spot potential visual problems and help young children learn to care for the glasses they may have to wear with advice from Viv Hampshire.

Children go through recognisable developmental stages in their ability to make friends, which nursery life can foster, writes Philip Erwin

With children of mixed parentage becoming a larger proportion of the UK population, early years practitioners must avoid making assumptions, says Annette Rawstrone.

The way specialist teachers work with the families of children with learning disabilities is being changed by groundbreaking research, Karen Faux finds.

Looking is a lifeline for young children who can't hear when they're provided with the right books, says library worker Viv Hampshire.

Parents can be assured about what an early years setting has to offer their special needs child by a new inclusion stamp. Karen Faux finds out how.

Practitioners in early years settings may be the first to notice if a child shows what could be the signs of depression. Annette Rawstrone finds out what to do.

A Birmingham setting has won a UNICEF award for being a 'rights respecting' nursery. Annette Rawstrone investigates how they made the grade.

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