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Get quality early learning music programs for educators!

Download Our Free 19 Unique Musical Activity Games to help you with music lessons for kids today! It’s Free!

Download Now

Get quality early learning music programs for educators!

Download Our Free 19 Unique Musical Activity Games to help you with music lessons for kids today! It’s Free!

Download Now

Early Learning Through Music

Musical Child offers programs and training in early learning through music for educators of babies and children aged 0-5 years. We have been developing our music programs for over 40 years.

The programs consist of lesson plans for group sessions where the children are involved in creative play, movement games, song, dance and playing instruments.

Lessons follow a structure so that the children quickly begin to feel familiar with the setting and activities.

Teach music with confidence

Download your free Music Teaching Resource today!

Why you should introduce music into your education system

1. It improves language

2. It improves cognitive function

3. It improves physical skills

4. It cultivates social skills

5. It helps boost self esteem

Music is so important for child development - start now!

If you’re wondering when is the best time to start music lessons – what age should you start voice, violin, guitar or piano lessons – we recommend you lay the foundation now with one of our simple and easy to use pre-school music programs.

The sooner the better, as regular music lessons for your babies, toddlers or pre-schoolers are crucial for their creative and holistic brain development. The instrument and voice lessons come later, ideally after they’ve started school.

Give music lessons for kids that are engaging & fun!

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Who we can help

Music Teacher

Early Childhood Centre

Parents

Music School

Early Childhood Educator and School Teacher

Care Giver, Nannies and Home School Teachers

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Birdsong has inspired humans for centuries: is it music?

The importance of birdsong. Hollis Taylor is writing a composition based on the music of the Australian pied butcher bird. It will premiere in Adelaide with Genevieve Lacey and the Adelaide Symphony ... See more

Is birdsong simply a hard-wired, functional, primitive sound – or could we call it 'music'? Australia's pied butcherbirds show there are surprising overlaps between birds' and humans' musical ... See more

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Surprising Findings on the Benefits of Singing to Infants | Music Australia

OK, drop everything! It's time to sing (face-to-face) to the babies.

It seems universally accepted that the soothing sound of lullabies and nursery rhymes is helpful in settling infants and toddlers. […]

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How building your child's spoken word bank can boost their capacity to read

Are you raising little readers? Yes, if you are singing songs with lots of rare words in them and increasing their oral vocabulary - "when children had previously learned about a spoken word, they ... See more

Eye-tracking research reveals that children are likely to read new words faster and easier if they have heard the words before.

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Creative Child Magazine

SING 🙂

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Mothers and infants connect through song

Singing to your baby, it seems that it's all about the gaze and how much attention the baby is getting. Here's a new study succinctly described in Science Daily, click to read.

New research provides insight into the importance of song for infants and mothers. The work explored the role of infant-directed singing in relation to intricate bond between mother and infant.

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Band camp helps remote kids hit new high notes in their lives

The music they make hits their brain's reward centre so they want to keep learning so they can be together and play music, it's a continuous feedback loop. Press the like button!

A special band camp preparing Cape York kids for the biggest performance of their lives.

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2 weeks ago
Community Dance - Episode 4 | Dance Choreography By Masaka Kids Africana

Here's another piece of joy from Masaka Kids in Africa. They're standing in a circle and taking turns dancing for each other and having so much fun, especially towards the end. Keep watching for ... See more

Community Dance - Episode 4 | Masaka Kids Africana, ► https://goo.gl/0WIDg7 Thank you for watching! Please Subscribe Now,For more coming Episode! ♥ Everyone ...

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3 weeks ago
ABC News

Remote and isolated children need a boost when it comes to getting to school. How's this for a great idea.We bet they sing on this train ride!

All aboard the Barrel Express! 🚂

A train made of metal drums is getting kids excited about going to school in the remote Pilbara region: http://ab.co/2tjmjri

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Cute baby loves music

Baby music time! Another fabulous example of a mother singing face to face to her baby. The baby is completely engaged and delighted, especially when she hears a repeated phrase.

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Embodied Cognition and Behavioral Issues

Just try this with your behaviorally challenged child(ren) - all you need is a bucket! Tommaso Lana is an educator and a performer. And this idea about the child getting to know him/herself is pure ... See more

Behavior is Communication. In his SXSWedu 2017 performance, teaching artist and educator trainer Tommaso Lana presented a simple, zero-budget way to manage t...

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At Musical Child we’re on a mission to provide the best educational experiences for your children. We are proud to be associated with NannySA. Have you been searching for a career that makes a difference? Contact NannySA for training in Early Childhood and Disability.