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Noticing what a baby is attending to, and then talking to them about it, boosts language development. By Dr Danielle Matthews, Dr Michelle McGillion and Professor Julian Pine

In this instalment of her series on groundbreaking thinkers in the early years, Linda Pound discusses Swiss educator Johann Pestalozzi, the ‘starting point of modern educational theory and practice’

Speech and language strategy Time to Talk is improving children’s communication skills in Warwickshire, finds Annette Rawstrone

A positive inspection is vital, but so too are other measures of effective provision. By Dr Julian Grenier

Continuing our series on early years pioneers, Margaret Boyle Spelman explains some of the main theories of Donald Woods Winnicott, focusing on the relationship between mother and child

Meeting the emotional and learning needs of the unique child

Trust and respect – both between children and practitioners, and parents and practitioners – are central to effective early years practice and pedagogy, explains Kathryn Solly

In an extract from a new book on the subject, Perry Knight discusses quality in the early years curriculum

Introducing toddlers to pop-up toys. By Penny Tassoni

How Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, now more than 20 years old, is still encouraging children and families to read. By Annette Rawstrone