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Cosmologist Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock shared her tips for sparking young children's interest in science at the Nursery World Show.

By Gill Jones’ own admission, Ofsted’s ‘Bold Beginnings’ report on Reception class teaching, which she co-authored, has ‘caused quite a stir’.

Spatial reasoning skills are critical to early learning, particularly in mathematics, and need to be supported by engaging children’s entire bodies. Dr Jennifer S Thom explains why

Learning about position involves fun, physical activities and will get you and your child out and about, explains Juliet Robertson

Early years practitioners need to see learning – particularly in mathematics – not as abstract and ‘disembodied’ but as inherently concrete and ‘embodied’. Dr Jennifer S Thom explains why

Rather than obsess over whether activities are free-flow, child-led and so on, teachers should consider if they constitute effective learning and empower the child as a learner, says Jan Dubiel

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

In this book extract, we discover how small-world play, using all types of resources, is an excellent way to engage young children with mathematical concepts and skills

Join Linda Pound, Anne O'Connor and Tom Weaver on Friday 5 May for 'Early Maths: No Problem?'at Nursery World North in Liverpool.

LEYF is improving boys’ maths learning at its settings. Rachele Parker and Lisa Swales explain how