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If babies had words for their feelings, what would they say? Lisa Murray took their viewpoint to create a resource for parents.

A unique structured therapy programme is changing the prospects of nursery children with speech and language delay. Ruth Thomson reports.

The importance of leaving children to their own devices with imagination and the most basic materials is explored by Helen Huleatt of Community Playthings with Professor Tina Bruce, Lynn McNair and Sian Wyn Siencyn.

Observe how absorbed the children can become in particular schemas when you provide resources and activities suggested by Diana Lawton.

Is independence something that can be taught? How do early years practitioners approach it with the children's parents? Annette Rawstrone spoke to teachers at a Montessori school.

Disorders in physical co-ordination could be avoided by early years practitioners giving children simple exercises, as Mary Evans reports.

Prepare the children before a theatre outing, as Jean Evans hears.

The environment we provide for children should meet their needs to a point where they can direct their own play and learning, says Anne O'Connor.

Go back in time for children to get a sense of themselves and to explore concepts with activities across the early years curriculum suggested by Sheila Ebbutt.

In the second of our National Strategies features on the EYFS, senior director Helen Moylett and Janet Ackers, senior adviser, early years, reflect on the importance of listening to parents and carers.