Minis Music Training Package

£216.00£270.00 Inc VAT

Learn to use tried-and-tested music activities to support Development Matters for 2 to 3 year olds through music and linked activities.

  • Self-paced online training and music resources
  • Add: physical CD and booklet pack
Self-Paced Online Training
  • Introduction video covering links to early years development and an overview of the self-paced training and programme resources
  • Five training modules covering all aspects of how to implement each of the songs and video of the songs in action
  • Summary video considering supporting and observing progression, intent, implementation and evaluation
  • Videos of each song delivered in a setting: model effective delivery
  • Downloadable MP3’s of 25 catchy, new songs
  • Downloadable practitioner notes: guidance for delivery and progression
  • Four part neuromusical evidence video series presented by Dr. Anita Collins
Add Physical Pack
  • A CD of 25 fabulous songs based on well loved themes
  • At-a-glance A5 flash cards teaching tips and lyrics
Latest review

“Great course that is easy to follow at your own pace. It was lovely to learn some new engaging songs that were easy to follow, fun and the children really do respond to them.” Sue Michaels, Little Bears, St. John’s Primary School, Woking

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A Boogie Mites Trainer introduces the programme giving a summary of how neuromusical research informs us about the potential power of regular music practice for boosting early years development in many different areas. Links to cross curricular development and to musical development are considered. A video of a song from the programme is viewed to observe the teacher role and children’s responses. The format of the 5 training modules below is reviewed with a demonstration of the online course modules and programme resources on our CustomerHub. This video gives you the background knowledge to understand the value of regular music practice and will set you up to start learning the songs and linked music activities, try them out with you children, ready to consider long term implementation in the summary video.

Module 1

Introduction – How music supports the 3 Prime Areas of the EYFS. Music activities supporting personal and emotional wellbeing.

Songs covered

Welcome Song/Peek-a-Boo/Twinkle Twinkle/Just Like Me

Module 2

Music activities supporting social development

Songs covered

Row Row Row/Mulberry Bush/Alley Alley Oh/Funky In The Barn/Silver Sea

Module 3

Music activities supporting language and communication

Songs covered

Choo Choo Choo/Heads Shoulders Knees and Toes/Hickory Dickory Dock/Grand Old Duke/Scrunch It

Module 4

Music activities supporting physical development

Songs covered

Wave Hello/Here Is Me/Shaker Rock/Down In The Jungle/Do Re Mi

Module 5

Counting and Summary

Songs covered

Noah’s Ark/Little Ducky/I Love My Toes/Bangedy Bang Bang


This video facilitates reflection on the practice during the course. A video of a song in action is reviewed to observe children’s behaviours and to consider what progression will look like. Intent, implementation and impact for the long term are considered to support embedding the music practice in daily routines to maximise opportunities to harness the power of music to support development.

A team meeting is recommended following completion of the course where it is new to the setting, to discuss embedding the music practice going forward.


Support school ready communication, literacy, social and physical skills with this extensive programme of original songs, training videos and supporting notes. Key benefits include:

  • Learn to lead creative music activities with confidence
  • Team building training course that upskills all involved
  • Lifetime licence and access to digital training videos, all original songs and supporting resources
  • Engage children in inclusive musical fun that energises and uplifts all involved
  • Support children’s development with activities based on neuroscience evidence
  • Use the power of music to strengthen vital pre-phonics skills that provide children with the foundation for strong literacy skills – supporting Letters and Sounds Phase 1 – Strategy for Practise of High Quality Phonics
  • Link your music making to EYFS statutory and non-statutory guidance
  • Tried and tested by thousands of happy early years settings across the world
  • Gives the setting a music advantage for shouting about and sharing with parents
  • Provides an effective vehicle for parent involvement
  • Eco friendly music activities that leave no carbon footprint – using recycled materials for instruments and digital music resources that last the lifetime of the setting


“Great course that is easy to follow at your own pace. It was lovely to learn some new engaging songs that were easy to follow, fun and the children really do respond to them.” Sue Michaels, Little Bears, St. John’s Primary School, Woking

“I have found the resources provided to be excellent, giving lots of ideas on how to extend and expand activities. The songs and music are original and catchy, and I love the fact that I am helping the children to advance educationally in such a fun and enjoyable way! I feel that the fact that I am enjoying it so much is enthusing the children too. They all seem so eager to join in and to contribute their ideas and I feel confident that they are advancing in many areas, including their communication, social and gross motor skills, as well as becoming more confident and expressive individuals.” Paula Ariel, Little Stars Nursery, Staffs

“The training has been really informative and helpful. I am going to organise a meeting with the girls at work to set them up with the same information and start a wider programme to support our littles ones on the path to boogie-ing.” Lizi Winstanley, Longwood Nursery, Bushey

“Course was a lot of fun, Tutor was so enthusiastic, made me smile, made me feel happy about letting myself go and just having lots of fun in what I do.” Usha Ahir, Cliffehouse Nursery, Shipley

“Everyone needs to do a Boogie Mites course” Aimee Robinson, Scarisbrick Hall School, Lancashire