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The research and thinking about infant development available to early years practitioners is highlighted by Jools Page and Cathy Nutbrown from the University of Sheffield's School of Education.

Kate Hart Dyke used a favourite story to take her children on a nutritious learning journey.

Observant practitioners explored how they could follow children's interests to extend their thinking and learning in the Early Years Foundation Stage, as Di Chilvers shows.

Young children need to learn about healthy foods while they enjoy eating them. Jean Evans hears how one setting does it.

What a city lost in underused nurseries and schools may have been more than gained back in a new centre, as Melanie Defries discovers.

- The Baby in the Hat written by Allan Ahlberg, illustrated by Andre Amstutz

Organising children to sing songs along to actions or stories is the focus of another movement session by Helen Bilton.

Creativity underpins all the learning at Kingsland Nursery School. Head teacher Nicola Mulliner explains why, in the first of an occasional series featuring Stoke-on-Trent's outstanding nursery schools.

Ideas for engaging with children from birth to 12 months using sounds and movement are suggested by Alice Sharp.

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