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A grant from the Worcestershire Arts Development Project allowed the children of Broadway Playgroup to create a jungle-themed mosaic We linked up with local community artist Alison Ogle, who suggested the playgroup made a mosaic. The children had been doing work based on Giles Andreae's book, Rumble in the Jungle. They loved the topic so much that we chose the jungle as the mosaic's theme.

On behalf of our readers, staff in nurseries and schools around the country have put a wide range of products through their paces to assess their value in the workplace, and given each item a star rating UNDER-THREES

Playworkers are in a good position to free a child from a restrictive role they have adopted due to their family dynamics, explains Andrea Clifford-Poston Children are never simply themselves. They carry with them all sorts of thoughts and ideas about themselves inherited from family life, particularly from their role in the family. Conflict is inevitable in families, and in order to survive, all families have to find their own particular way of managing tensions. Often this is done ...

Ride-on toys for the under-threes are not just for fun - they help promote self-confidence, spatial awareness and gross motor skills Traditional ride-ons

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