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Why playing barefoot is good for children, and how you can encourage it.
Kirstine Beeley on plastic and pop-culture in the Early Years
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The best STEM learning is already baked into children’s play.
It’s time rethink how we use colour in early years spaces
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You can’t make grass grow by pulling on it.
We shouldn’t be afraid of toy guns - they don’t represent real violence
Building STEM skills is more fun than you think.
Helicopter Stories open the door to creativity, imagination and a new generation of writers
Making your early years setting culturally inclusive is a lot easier than you might think.
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