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The under-threes enjoy having control over moveable objects, and walkers and pull-along toys encourage mobility and agility. And whether you prefer the traditional or latest high-tech variety there's a vast range to choose from Traditional

On your behalf nursery, school and after-school staff throughout the country have put a whole range of products through their paces to assess their suitability and value in the workplace. The items reviewed this time round are as diverse as ever and include a puppet theatre, a toy storage bag, role play clothes and computer software Feltkids Playhouse Playmat (Pounds 14.99) and Playscenes (3.99 each) from Learning Curve

Product tested;Stockist, price and contact number Idea Factory Gears & Pulleys by Learning resources

Everyone talks about the weather but you can help the children do something about it. Kymm Strelley explains how she did

On your behalf nursery, school and after-school staff throughout the country have put a whole range of products through their paces to assess their suitability and value in the workplace. The items reviewed this time round range from toys for the very young to games for your after-school club Qubix (24.99) from Manhattan Toy

In the final part of our Foundation Stage project on birds, Carolyn Price suggests activities that will let the children's imaginations soar Activity 1 A-L Blaze of colour Make a 3D peacock.

Sit down and experience the cold beauty of Antarctica and the humming warmth of an African noon in these picturesque children's books, reviewed by Alison Boyle CLEVER TORTOISE. Written and illustrated by Francesca Martin. (Walker Books, 9.99).

I first heard about Video Interaction Guidance (VIG) in December 1996 when I attended a two-day introduction to this method of training given by Raymond Simpson and Hilary Kennedy, two psychologists who had brought VIG over to Scotland from the Netherlands, where it originated. The numbers of practitioners being trained in Britain has grown steadily and there are now about two hundred, using VIG in a variety of contexts.

I first heard about Video Interaction Guidance (VIG) in December 1996 when I attended a two-day introduction to this method of training given by Raymond Simpson and Hilary Kennedy, two psychologists who had brought VIG over to Scotland from the Netherlands, where it originated. The numbers of practitioners being trained in Britain has grown steadily and there are now about two hundred, using VIG in a variety of contexts.