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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.

Should childcarers allow aggressive play, and where does the line have to be drawn? Elaine Lee considers the views of various professionals.

Poetry is portable in these suggestions for learning, sharing and having fun from Helen Bromley.

When children are exposed to a wide range of thought-provoking experiences and encouraged to make their own decisions, they will take responsibility for their learning. Marion Dowling shows how.

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

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