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

Mermaids (and mermen) provide play and learning inspiration for children, writes Marianne Sargent

Despite a bumper harvest, now is not the time to rest on your laurels in the garden

Replacing rice with pearl barley gives the risotto, served with roasted cauliflower, a lovely texture in this delicious autumnal recipe from Dani, one of our lovely Snapdragons chefs.

In an extract from his speech last month at the first BookTrust Annual Lecture, Michael Morpurgo presents the case for encouraging children and young people to develop a love for reading

The children at one primary school in London had a mysterious visit from a witch, explains Emma Webb

The children at Greenfields Children’s Centre in London have been immersed in the fascinating world of whales, reports Rosie Potter

In an extract from her new book Young Children in a Digital Age, Lorraine Kaye explains why technology should be incorporated into early years settings to support play and learning