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Back by popular demand is Professor Padraic Monaghan who will be explaining how to support children's early language acquisition.

Learning about position involves fun, physical activities and will get you and your child out and about, explains Juliet Robertson

Using Persona Dolls helps explain to children why differences between them and their peers should be appreciated. Trainer Babette Brown reveals how it works with an interactive story example

Activities that use computational thinking, such as giving a robot very simple instructions, teach problem-solving and encourages children to take a creative approach to technology. By Marc Faulder

These protein-packed sausages have a taste of Italy about them because of the fennel seeds, but feel free to try different herb combinations to suit your taste buds. Slice and add them to a hearty autumn soup or casserole towards the end of cooking, says Mary Llewellin of Snapdragons

The rise of veganism means settings must be prepared to cater for this dietary choice. Mary Llewellin reports

Early years practitioners need to see learning – particularly in mathematics – not as abstract and ‘disembodied’ but as inherently concrete and ‘embodied’. Dr Jennifer S Thom explains why

Enhance your time at the Nursery World Show 2018 with a visit to our Live Theatre, where you can hear from a wide range of speakers.

Tops Day Nurseries has stopped ordering glitter for arts and crafts after learning about the detrimental effect the microplastic is having on the planet.

This seminar will look at self-regulation – the ability to manage our feelings, actions and thoughts – which is critical to our well-being and readiness to learn.