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Every early years practitioner needs to know about schemas, and our seminar at the Nursery World show 2016 will be full of useful information.

Singing has a long tradition in nurseries, thanks largely to the work of Friedrich Froebel, and the practice is intimate and complex, explain Sacha Powell, Kathy Goouch and Louie Werth

There are many fun ways to help a child’s mathematical learning at home. Kate Doyle provides some useful pointers

A pilot online training programme building nursery practitioner confidence with children’s language needs is being extended to childminders. Sue Owen looks at what it offers

What are the benefits of children creating visual works? And how can you encourage them to do so? Penny Tassoni offers advice

When learning a language, children often say things that don’t sound quite right. In the last article in this series, Professor Julian Pine explains why ‘clever mistakes’ are often a sign of progress

He died young, but Russian theorist Vygotsky helped to inform practice in many ways, says Linda Pound

One nursery in north London has started providing ukulele sessions for children once a week. Liz Roberts reports on how babies and children alike are engaging with the instrument

A secure and trusting relationship, in the right environment, is key for children to develop internal self-regulation. Megan McClelland and Shauna Tominey explain

A new national project uses music to support wider development. The University of Roehampton's Adam Ockelford and Angela Voyajolu explain.