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Freedom of movement is essential for children's developing minds and emotions as well as their bodies, say Anne O'Connor and Anna Daly.

Freedom of movement is essential for children's developing minds and emotions as well as their bodies, say Anne O'Connor and Anna Daly.

A throwing game by Helen Bilton not only refines motor skills but reinforces counting, matching and number recognition.

The elements of a developmentally appropriate movement framework for young children are described by Mike Jess and Jan McIntyre.

A simple bowling game can offer children exercise in a number of skills. Helen Bilton keeps the score.

Practitioners need to rethink how they regard boys and girls, whether as equals or as naturally different, to support their learning, writes Maria Robinson.