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Welcome to the April 17 edition of EYE. Inside you will find a wide variety of articles that mix best practice, research, policy, latest developments, expert opinion and practical applications. This month, we have opinion articles from:

Our practical section is full of interesting and ready-to-go ideas, including the second part of our EYPP series – reaching out to parents; introducing mathematical learning and language in your setting using everyday and junk materials; enhancing children’s enjoyment of story time and traditional tales by introducing elements that stimulate their senses; why creative arts media are used alongside toys and games to promote emotional wellbeing; finger gym activities based on playing simple games with a friend that require no resources; playing with interconnecting bricks to help children be more creative. Plus, three pages of academic and picture book reviews.

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