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Imagination is the most valuable resource for creating spaces where children love to talk, says Elizabeth Jarman.

The technology workshop can be amply stocked with simple and readily available resources and is an ideal area for adults to work alongside the children, as Jane Drake explains.

Two-way exchanges between babies and adults help build up language and brain development. Anne O'Connor considers how practitioners can create more opportunities for them.

Horsey, horsey, don't you stop Just let your feet go clippety clop Let your tail go 'swish' and the wheels go round Giddy up, we're homeward bound. It's important to introduce...

Let the children take on a new identity with fun dressing-up activities from Alice Sharp.

Use one of the best known nursery rhymes to soothe babies and inspire imitative play by toddlers, says Judith Stevens.

Jack in a box

I hear thunder

Find out about a free book scheme for families with Katherine Solomon, communications officer at Booktrust.

Museums are finding new ways to get young children and their families communicating while learning. Amanda Heath explains.