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The approach to teaching literacy and maths in Reception is a key concern of teachers and EYFS leaders, explains Jan Dubiel, one of the authors of the recently published Hundred Review
Children’s favourite books can be used to encourage imaginative play outdoors, finds Julie Mountain
The author and illustrator of the award-winning Charlie and Lola and Clarice Bean books has been named as the 10th Waterstone’s Children’s Laureate.
How one nursery school has boosted boys’ writing. By Elizabeth Leer
A new online Song and Rhyme Library has been launched by Bookbug, Scotland’s national book gifting programme, to celebrate Bookbug Week 2017 between 15 and 21 May.
BookTrust, the UK’s largest children’s reading charity, will hand out 700,000 copies of the children’s picture book The Bumblebear to every Reception-aged child in England this Autumn.
New research suggests phonics is the best way to teach children to read and understand words.
How a ‘Focus Stories’ approach and skilful adult ‘scaffolding’, rather than instruction, can boost young children’s engagement with books. By Lucy Rodriguez Leon and Tamsin Harvey
Peppa Pig’s Daddy Pig has been unveiled as Ambassador for BookTrust, the UK’s largest reading charity.
Nurseries and schools are building a love of reading with Lovemybooks, says co-founder Sue McGonigle
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