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

Parents might ask nurseries about hiring babysitters. Annette Rawstrone outlines some advice.

Children learn best when engaged in something important to them, say Ros Bayley and Lynn Broadbent.

Young children can cope with minor stresses and anxieties if they feel secure in their relationship with their carer, as Anne O'Connor explains.

Stimulate babies' sensory and cognitive development with these simple, easily accessible resources, in the third of a series from Claire Stevenson, Donna Luck and Veronica Lawrence.

There's a lot to learn, and enjoy, from growing vegetables at any early years setting, and there's always a space for it, as Mary Whiting explain.