Wood E (2012)
Play, Learning and the Early Childhood Curriculum. London: Sage.
Wood E, Broadhead P & Howard J (2010) Play and learning in the early years. London: Sage.
Hill M & Wood E (2019)
‘Dead Forever’: An ethnographic study of young children's interests, funds of knowledge and working theories in free play. Learning Culture and Social Interaction.
Yahya R & Wood E (2017)
Play as third space between home and school: Bridging cultural discourses. Journal of Early Childhood Research, 15(3), 305-322. View this article in WRRO
Wood E & Hedges H (2016)
Curriculum in early childhood education: critical questions about content, coherence, and control. The Curriculum Journal, 27(3), 387-405. View this article in WRRO
Nuttall J, Edwards S, Mantilla A, Grieshaber S & Wood E (2015)
The role of motive objects in early childhood teacher development concerning children’s digital play and play-based learning in early childhood curricula. Professional Development in Education, 41(2), 222-235.
Wood E, Nuttall J & Thomas L (2013) Travelling policy reforms: re-configuring the work of early childhood educators in Australia..
Globalisation, Societies and Education.
Wood E (2013)
Free choice and free play in early childhood education; troubling the discourse. International Journal of Early Years Education.
Fisher J & Wood E (2012)
Changing educational practice in the early years through practitionerled action research: An Adult-Child Interaction Project. International Journal of Early Years Education, 20(2), 114-129.
Wood E & Fisher J (2012) Changing educational practice in the early years through practitioner-led action research: an Adult-Child Interaction Project..
International Journal of Early Years Education, 20:2(2), 114-119.
Wood E (2011)
Drawings as spaces for intellectual play. International Journal of Early Years Education.
Wood E & Hall E (2011) Drawings as spaces for intellectual play,.
International Journal of Early Years Education(3-4), 267-281.
Wood E & Cook J (2009) Gender discourse and practices in role play activities: a case study of young children in the English Foundation Stage.
Journal of Educational and Child Psychology(2), 19-30.
Wood E (2008) Everyday play activities as therapeutic and pedagogical encounters. European Journal of Psychotherapy and Counselling(2), 111-120.