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Getting children to make the move out of nappies is not always simple, but having a full understanding of the possible barriers can help smooth the process. Penny Tassoni explains.

Outdoor environments can offer good opportunities for children to build and develop hand-eye co-ordination, if the right interventions are made. Julie Mountain considers the best approaches.

Observing children's schemas is not only a useful way to shape play - there is evidence that these patterns of behaviour offer guidance to individuals' emotions. Kath Tayler looks at a case study.

Dr Katherine Runswick-Cole is a senior research fellow in disability studies and psychology, at the Research Institute for Health and Social Change, Manchester Metropolitan University.

Ensuring that babies mature in a positive manner is an important but challenging task, says Bernadette Duffy

A project from Bookstart is offering children's centre staff a way to work more closely with disadvantaged families. Ruth Thomson explains.

An increasing number of nurseries operate policies that restrict staff from touching or cuddling children. We do this because we are afraid of allegations of abuse, says Suzanne Zeedyk.

An understanding of fine motor skills and how they affect children's development can help you to provide the best type of resources and support. Penny Tassoni offers expert insight.

One nursery is replicating the primary school lunch experience to help children adjust more easily to the change. Nicole Weinstein explains.

Early years practitioners are invited to take part in the National Literacy Trusts survey on supporting childrens language.