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Feel shy about singing? You’re not alone. Here’s the non-singer’s guide to how you can bring more singing into early education.
Does the way your Early Years setting smells affect occupancy? Or, more importantly, children’s wellbeing? It’s more important than you might think.
Want a scientific spin on Halloween crafts activities? These six spooky experiments are perfect for toddlers, and easy to do.
The new EYFS framework shifts how we think about children’s growth. But how does that affect our assessments? Here are six expert tips to make it simple.
Looking to learn about outer space with children? These 9 themed space activities will be sure to inspire aspiring astronauts in early education.
Is a language rich environment the best way to prepare for early reading? Emma Davis tackles everything that should come before formal phonics.
Mixing up ages in the Early Years has countless benefits when we’re talking about child development, so why are mixed-age settings not the default?
Sending the class teddy bear home to families is a cute idea. But is it stressing out parents? Here’s how you can rethink take-home teddies for the better.
How to support a SEND framework? Kerry Payne has top tips for you to help neurodiverse children flourish in their play.
Putting sustainability at the heart of your Early Years practice paves the way for a whole generation of green thinkers.
The way we treat children’s personal space shapes how they understand consent. Here’s how we can give them a better grasp of boundaries in early education.
Worried about the revised EYFS? Dr Sue Allingham helps to dispel the myths, describe what’s really changed and explain why there’s no need to panic.
Exploring gender through play helps children challenge stereotypes. Here’s how we can take a more positive approach to gender in early childhood.
Instead of focusing on deficits, we need to embrace how we see and encourage play in the Early Years for neurodiverse children.
Do we need to change the way we talk to toddlers about food? Our words have a huge impact, especially when it comes to getting children to eat their greens