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Children enjoy helping adults assemble furniture and equipment, and such construction projects have many benefits, writes Penny Tassoni

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

What the Movement Environment Rating Scale (MOVERS) for two- to six-year-olds provision aims to achieve. By its co-author, Carol Archer

How to plan a new use for an outdoor space. By Julie Mountain

A space called The Tig, where children can move exuberantly in the presence of acrobats and dancers, is wowing participants in every city it tours to, writes Penny Greenland

In an extract from her new book, Tania Swift explores the importance of physical development to learning and how to encourage it

Evidence of the vital mind/body connection in early development means we must take a less sedentary approach to learning, explains Anne O’Connor

There are many developmental benefits of cooking. Penny Tassoni provides some tips for settings

This type of play should bring out the designer in both boys and girls, explains Penny Tassoni

In the wake of last month’s obesity strategy update, Bertram Nursery Group early years manager Ursula Krystek-Walton outlines its programme to get children moving for at least three hours per day