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What are the best ways to encourage children’s inherent interest in nature? Penny Tassoni offers some tips for autumn and beyond

In an Australian case study, tablet technology has enabled children’s playful explorations as part of ‘multimodal learning’. Nicola Yelland and Caja Gilbert examine the implications

Exploring the natural environment is a great way to educate children about becoming eco-friendly, discovers Nicole Weinstein in the latest in her series on supporting and resourcing learning for aspects of ‘Understanding the World’

One nursery is using STEM subjects to turn children into winning engineers. Annette Rawstrone reports

Computational skills need to be reflected in curricula and practice, writes Marc Faulder in the first part of a new series on teaching computational thinking in the early years

Cooking with children is a great way to educate them about the science of food, finds Nicole Weinstein in the latest in her series on supporting and resourcing learning for ‘Understanding the World’

Children at one setting have been finding out about the water cycle, including rain. By Annette Rawstrone

A visit to a local garden centre with a fish pond led to children setting up their own fish tank back at the setting, Nicole Weinstein explains

Information and communication technology, when used correctly, can help teach high-level skills in the classroom, Nicole Weinstein discovers as part of our series on Understanding the World

Tips for encouraging children’s inquisitiveness, by Penny Tassoni