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Photography is more than a visual art form and can unlock conversations with children, explains Pete Moorhouse, who also offers some practical advice

How to recognise when children need extra support to develop phonological awareness, and the best ways to help. By Penny Tassoni and Anne-Marie Tassoni

The educator role alters subtly depending on whether it is an adult or child leading the learning, says Julie Fisher in part two of her series on the changing role of early childhood educators

The number of children being home educated is rising, and the Government wants to give councils more power to monitor them. Meredith Jones Russell reports

The creator of The Greenfield Method tells Hannah Crown how it is teaching children self-regulation and other life skills through the production of sound

In order to spot speech problems, practitioners need to know what children should be able to say for their age group, explain Penny Tassoni and Anne-Marie Tassoni

In the first of a four-part series on the adult role in supporting early learning, Julie Fisher looks at the different purposes of learning initiated by the adult or the child

With fewer parents reading to their children, Penny Tassoni explains how practitioners can best share books

The flexibility and abundance of ‘junk’ give children enormous learning benefits and unrivalled creative opportunities, explains Annette Rawstrone

Selective mutism and being a reluctant talker are different conditions, explain Anne-Marie Tassoni and Penny Tassoni, who offer advice to practitioners on what to do