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Pretend shops are a magnet for young children – and the role play can be meaningful too, explains Nicole Weinstein, who also provides some useful resourcing pointers

Everyday items brought into a play environment are attractive to toddlers and help their learning and development. By Penny Tassoni

The Danish concept of ‘hygge’ can promote well-being, find Alison Prowle and Angela Hodgkins

Noticing what a baby is attending to, and then talking to them about it, boosts language development. By Dr Danielle Matthews, Dr Michelle McGillion and Professor Julian Pine

The weather may be getting colder and wetter, but the December garden has some surprises

Meeting the emotional and learning needs of the unique child.

Her daughter struggling to make friends at school was a major worry for Working Mum, until her teacher found some solutions

In this instalment of her series on groundbreaking thinkers in the early years, Linda Pound discusses Swiss educator Johann Pestalozzi, the ‘starting point of modern educational theory and practice’

The revamped Mencap Children’s Centre in Northern Ireland provides a range of essential specialist learning disability services. By Karen Faux

Speech and language strategy Time to Talk is improving children’s communication skills in Warwickshire, finds Annette Rawstrone