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  • Music for Little People

    Learning Through Music
  • Music for Little People

    Social Development and Education
  • Music for Little People

    Qualified teachers and musicians
  • Music for Little People

    We provide music classes for nurseries,
    preschools and birthday parties

Mother and Baby Magazine March 2007

Music for Little People featured on page 128

As soon as your toddler finds his voice, he just wants to sing! Did you know that singing can help your child's language and listening skills as well as increase concentration and memory?

"Getting your child involved with music from an early age will teach him skills that will help him throughout his life", says Karen Dickinson ..."Music class is a great place to socialise with his peers too." So start exercising those vocal chords and check out details of music classes in your area.

Are you a Music For Little People graduate?

We'd love to hear about your successes - send us a photo and news of what you are doing.

email: Music For Little People

Evelyn Glennie received a cheque for £515 on behalf of the NSPCC from Karen Dickinson, Director of Music for Little People. Music for Little People classes in Cambridgeshire raised over 400 pounds for the NSPCC "Full Stop" campaign and pupils in Peterborough appeared on the local ITV News.

Music for Little People is featured on the Bongo Club website. Bongo Club is an online resource for early years music making, full of ideas and inspiration. Hosted by Youth Music, the website aims to encourage and support parents and early years practitioners in providing music making for 0 - 5 year olds.

Go to the Bongo Club website