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Set aside a dedicated food area in your setting where the children can explore and prepare food for maximum learning and enjoyment, says Diana Lawton.

An additional classroom is provided to schools and nurseries by the National Trust, says Ruth Thomson.

Children will naturally take to activities and resources where they can make things move and play with capacity, as Diana Lawton explains.

A very versatile vehicle can be the focus of activities across all areas of learning. Try some of these suggestions from Diana Lawton.

Nursery children boxed up their interests and experiences for an activity that also produced a captivating display, as Jean Evans hears.

Practitioners played merely a supporting role in a project on castles that was totally child-initiated. Lianne Grace tells Melanie Defries tells all about it.

The nursery was buzzing with activity sparked by the children's interest in castles, as Jean Evans hears.

Help the children get to know their favourite fruits with these fun and challenging activities suggested by Sheila Ebbutt.

In this the eleventh National Strategies feature on the Early Years Foundation Stage, Kim Porter, senior adviser at Every Child a Talker, and early years regional advisers Jonathan Doherty and Kairen Smith, reflect on the nature and challenges of risk taking and being brave.

Flower gardens let children explore the world of flora and fauna all year round, and can be provided by every setting, explains Diana Lawton.