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Flower gardens let children explore the world of flora and fauna all year round, and can be provided by every setting, explains Diana Lawton.
Put your best foot forward and measure it, paint it, tickle it and fit it with comfortable shoes. Sheila Ebbutt suggests a range of activities.
A versatile resource for early years activities often gets overlooked, because it isn't there. Try these suggestions from Diana Lawton.
Let fairy tales, fantasy play and conjuring all cast a spell on children's imaginations with fun activities suggested by Sheila Ebbutt.
Reinforce children's dawning sense of time with ideas to organise their day and reflect on their lives, with activities and resources suggested by Diana Lawton.
It doesn't have to be night time for you to explore both the fun and the fearsome sides of darkness, with activities suggested by Helen Bromley.
Role play and imaginative play, early literacy development and other activities can be facilitated with a favourite toy, says Diana Lawton.
The possibilities are endless for activities using colour - Sheila Ebbutt offers a rich variety of them, focusing on both individual colours and mixtures.
A charming book with varied themes that young children will identify with inspires activities across the curriculum from Helen Bromley.
Let the ideas go round and round the nursery with activities and resources for following a natural interest, suggested by Diana Lawton.
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