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A short film launched a month-long multi-media project covering everything from science to emotions, says Lynn Scott, foundation stage advanced skills teacher at Childwall Valley Primary School, Liverpool.

Children's musical experiences at home and how practitioners can build on them in an early years setting are explored by Susan Young in an extract from her new book, Music 3-5.

Staff at Rainbow Nursery, Middlestone Moor, provide continuing opportunities for the children in the Rainbow Room to explore a wide range of creative media, both indoors and outdoors.

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Dramatising a story can help children to express emotions and structure a narrative, says Helen Bilton.

The structure and goals of the Letters and Sounds phonics teaching programme for three- to five-year-olds are outlined by Daniella Cohen.

Staying overnight away from their parents is a risk that can benefit young children, as Dr Cath Arnold knows.

Children's Laureate Michael Rosen takes a closer look at what makes this form of children's literature unique and what function a good picture book serves in a young child's learning.

How language begins with sounds, which acquire meaning through the accompaniment of actions in an exchange between infants and adults, is a journey described by Maria Robinson.

Bring your outdoors area in and show it off to parents with an interactive display, as Sheila Gardiner and Karen Crawford did.