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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.
Children are at risk from the growing culture of drinking in the UK. Professor Moira Plant looks at the range of possible effects.
Early years staff are now taking part in an experiment that has so far only concentrated on parents. Katy Morton finds out what it's about.
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.
Should nursery workers go along with parents' wishes to keep their child awake all day? Maria Robinson offers advice on sleep needs.
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.
Nursery staff working with the key person approach may feel overwhelmed at times by their own emotions in the course of their job. Penelope Leach PhD has advice on how to cope.
After early years consultant Sandy Green was diagnosed with cancer, she wrote a story for her young grandchildren in the hope that it would make the changes, and the 'unknown', less alarming for them.
Practitioners wondering how to deal with a child's toileting difficulties are advised by Maria Robinson.
Mothers bond with each other as well as their babies in sessions at a children's centre informed by expert talks. Annette Rawstrone reports.
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