For educators who are focused on, and proactive about, extending young children’s thinking and learning. Through the use of many colourful and practical examples, Pam Hanna makes a very persuasive case for looking carefully and listening sensitively to children as a basis for fostering learning environments for both children and adults. Topics include: learning together as a concept learning with babies and toddlers using the moment for learning together documenting and reflecting on learning together evaluation of learning together respect ? so that learning together is possible adult readiness for learning together. Relevant for both centre-based and family day care settings, Adults and children learning together gives new meaning to the idea of ‘starting with the child’.