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In the final part of her series, Linda Pound explores the role of music in Expressive Arts and Design

Use music and instruments from around the globe to help children understand the world, says Linda Pound

Mathematical development and music go hand in hand, with the latter enabling us to take pleasure in exploring the abstract subject, says Linda Pound

Tablets and other ICT devices can enhance certain outdoor activities for children. Julie Mountain discovers how best to use them

Music plays an important role in helping children to read, write and enjoy literature, says Linda Pound

Communication, language and music are intrinsically linked, and it is important to understand this in the early years, writes Linda Pound

Physical development and music go hand in hand, and the key to success is variety, explains Linda Pound in the second part of this series

Music is important in its own right in promoting young children’s cognitive development, well-being and enjoyment, says Linda Pound in the first of a series about how music can support early learning

How one setting is supporting children’s innate musicality and communication development with the help of a visiting musician. By Caroline Vollans

A ‘Dogs, Bones and Dancing’ project at two settings in Cumbria began with children exploring musical instruments, which led to a variety of creative activities, discovers Annette Rawstrone