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Working with Parents - Close to home

How early years educators can engage with the people who are the most important and influential in young children’s lives – parents, carers and families. By Dr Stella Louis

Picturebooks 3 - Rhyme time

Poetry has great developmental importance for children, and rhyming picturebooks are a great way to introduce it, finds Andy McCormack

Common Conditions: Croup

Croup is a condition that affects babies’ and young children’s airways. It is usually mild, but call NHS 111 or see a GP if you are worried, if they get worse, or if symptoms do not go away after 48 hours.

Literacy - In two minds

Concerns have been raised about some early years settings using phonics with two-year-olds. Meredith Jones Russell reports

Inclusion - Taking control

How can settings cater to the unique needs of children with Prader-Willi syndrome and reassure their parents? Annette Rawstrone reports

Reading - Prime time

Educational neuroscientist Paul Howard-Jones tells Annette Rawstrone why reading is the most important skill we can teach to children

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