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Socialising and developing friendships in the early years takes time and requires sensitivity on the part of the adults concerned. Practitioners are well placed to give parents some advice on promoting it.
New research into the effects on children of consuming food additives has left many parents wondering what is safe to feed them. Nathalie Golden of the Food Standards Agency offers information and advice.
Who should decide how messy a child is allowed to be when they're at nursery? Annette Rawstrone spoke to a group of senior nursery practitioners.
Teenagers are finding help to become better parents and jobseekers in a special service. Annette Rawstrone reports.
Should you give your child a dummy? It's a seemingly simple question but a difficult one to answer. Only you can decide whether your child should have one, but it is worth weighing up the pros and cons.
Find out about a free book scheme for families with Katherine Solomon, communications officer at Booktrust.
Practitioners tell Karen Faux about sources they have used for inspiration and professional development. Nursery manager Sharon Mackenzie wanted to gather new ideas for working with parents to take back to her Busy Bees setting in Southport.
Museums are finding new ways to get young children and their families communicating while learning. Amanda Heath explains.
A singing and signing programme devised by Suzanne Miell-Ingram and business partner Tracy Upton gets children communicating.
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