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Can anyone recommend a good Early Years Magazine?

I have just subscribed to a new one called 'Teach Nursery' for three months to see what its like.

Just wondered what other professionals are reading - interested in Nursery age group topics and activities.

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I subscribe to Early Years Educator which has given me some good activities over the years, even though it is monthly I still find it a job to read them and study and work though.

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I'm a Nursery World girl and have had Early Years Educator in the past, both good. A colleague has just finished a three month trial of Teach Nursery and said it was ok but more aimed at schools

Beehive

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  • 2 years later...

Nursery world ( though I think you can access most of the articles online) and Early Years Educator ( you can only access their articles online if you take out a full subscription)

Hi ,

Are these still the best 2 magazines? which one do you rate more?

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I like them both, but buy the EYE over the counter as that is much cheaper than a subscription. Nursery world I have a subscription for as it is cheaper that way; it is 'friendlier' in layout and the language it uses, EYE is rather more 'formal'.

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Hello,

I was just thinking about subscribing to an early years magazine and then saw this thread, what a coincidence!! I had decided on EYE and now I have seen they do a triple pack offer EYE, Practical Preschool and Nursery World .......now what do I do??

Maybe my preschool (committee run) would pay towards some of the cost??

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I was just wondering which was best for a Preschool (as I have recently received flyers for both Practical Pre-school and EYE)? I've only ever really read Nursery World.

 

So, for a packaway, term-time Preschool... EYE, Practical Pre-school, Nursery World - or something else?

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I was just wondering which was best for a Preschool (as I have recently received flyers for both Practical Pre-school and EYE)? I've only ever really read Nursery World.

 

So, for a packaway, term-time Preschool... EYE, Practical Pre-school, Nursery World - or something else?

I am packaway preschool and would go for Practical Preschool - I find the activity ideas sections are differentiated better than in EYE which seem to be aimed at the reception aged child - but that's just my opinion.

There is a lot more 'theory' in EYE too, it depends on what you are hoping to get out of the magazine.

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Thanks Thumperrabbit :) I just want to keep up to date with happenings, and get good ideas for practice really. I know I can do all that online these days, but although I love a bit of tech, I also love an old-fashioned flick through a magazine now and again!

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