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Whether sleeping indoors or outside, the key is to cater to every child's needs, writes Katy Morton.

Stand back and observe what children are doing, and assess the versatility of your resources, to allow natural creativity to thrive.

Ensuring the safety of children means taking ownership of all the equipment used at your setting and combining common sense with procedure, advise Bernadina Laverty and Catherine Reay.

A nursery's design, from the way spaces are laid out to how books are stored and the furniture and resources used, can make a big difference to children's learning and behaviour, says Nicole Weinstein.

Meeting the play needs of babies and toddlers helps them explore the world, writes Jean Evans.

The importance of outdoor play to development is well documented. Julie Mountain explains how to get right both attitude and resources.

Software programmes that aim to promote problem-solving, communication and creativity are adding to an already wide variety of technologies for the early years.

A guide to buying furniture that will do the job and stand the test of time. Nicole Weinstein reports.

Large equipment can be a big investment, so here are some pointers to help make sure you choose what's right for your setting.

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