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A new study has found that children with erratic bedtimes are more likely to be hyperactive and experience emotional difficulties.

Scotland is to become the first country in the world to deliver the Roots of Empathy programme in every area.

Children will sometimes take things that do not belong to them, but this isn't necessarily stealing. Sue Chambers explains why.

A Canadian programme shown to reduce aggression and encourage empathy in children by bringing a very young baby into the classroom was officially launched in England by the Pre-School Learning Alliance last week (23 November)

The 'Know How' guide will see you through the progress check at two, says Susan Soar, development officer, National Children's Bureau.

If a child relatively new to the nursery shows troubled behaviour, think again about the process of settling in. Penny Tassoni offers some practical tips.

Children born a few weeks early have an increased risk of developing behavioural or emotional problems as toddlers, according to new research.

Practitioners admit it is the question that often tries their patience, but it helps to think about a particular child's reasons for asking it, says Jennie Lindon.

More than 70 per cent of five-year-olds who have received play therapy show a positive change, according to findings from a new study.

How to react tactfully to an innocent child's use of rude words or phrases can be a tricky issue for early years practitioners. Jennie Lindon has advice for talking to both children and parents.