SONGS FOR CHILDREN WITH ACTIVE MUSIC THAT STIMULATES BRAIN DEVELOPMENT.
In 2013 Chichester University conducted An Evaluation of the Boogie Mites Early Years Music Education Programmes in respect of parents and practitioners. The evidence shows that Boogie Mites active music making programmes make a real difference to parents and practitioners of children in early years. Subscribe to our Newsletter to get the full report.
THINK BEYOND NURSERY RHYMES
Nursery Rhymes are a valuable element of early years music provision. But nursery rhymes alone will not maximise the potential brain boosting benefits that music can offer in early years development. Nursery Rhymes provide a valuable element but there is so much more that children can do with, and get from different types of music making opportunities in early years. Neuroscience studies provide evidence that given the opportunity of regular varied and creative music provision, children in early years can develop the neural pathways that provide strong foundations not only for literacy and maths but for learning generally.
Purchase of the Boogie at Home (BM@H) Song Collections are for home use only, it does not include a license for playing the songs in a public setting. If you are interested in acquiring Boogie Mites Programmes for use in schools, nurseries or other children’s centers in public places, contact Nutspace about practitioner training and resource pack options which include the required license.
BOOGIE MITES AT HOME (BM@H)
In the Bogies Mites at Home (BM@H) themed song category package, you will get 5 songs (MP3’s), 5 video’s (MP4’s) and notes with ideas for home use.
Currently, we have 9 song themes under BM@H, however, we will be adding new themes soon. Head over to our store and explore the categories.
Here is an Instructor song for one of the songs from the Around The World Song theme. The children can explore the world through music, learning about the theme of the song while improving their music and movement skills – with all of the related benefits for brain and physical development generally.
BENEFICIAL FOR CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS
Children with special educational needs, from moderate learning delay to more server and complex needs, benefit from regular music practise. It is widely recognised that music can play a significant contribution in support delayed development throughout Primary and Secondary education in 4 key areas:
- Speaking and Listening
- Social Communication
- Physical Development