Teenies Training Subscription

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Subscribe to Boogie Mites Teenies programme (under 2’s) digital self-paced training programme and additional training resources.


Subscribe to Boogie Mites Teenies programme (under 2’s) digital self-paced training programme and additional training resources.

Self-Paced Online Training:
  • Four part neuromusical evidence video series presented by Dr. Anita Collins
  • 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
  • Updated videos of each song delivered in a setting: model effective delivery
Annual renewable digital resources package:

£50+VAT per nursery per year invoiced annually on anniversary of upgrade – this includes:

  • Digital hosting fee
  • Ongoing upgrades to online resources
  • Individual nursery support as required – taking enquiries direct, offering video calls to support
Latest review

“When the music comes on in the baby room all of the babies instantly go over and their faces light up. They know each of the songs and even get their own shakers out when ‘Here’s my shaker’ comes on. Even the staff get a big boost from it. We can’t praise Boogie Mites enough!” Kate Roberts Deputy Manager Bright Horizons Eldonians

Listen to clips of the songs

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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 – Benefits of music for the under 2’s, sensory approaches

Songs covered

Hello Baby/Peek-a-Boo You/Twinkle Twinkle

Module 2

The format of a workshop, introducing shakers

Songs covered

Wave Hello/This Is My Shaker/Baby Matilda’s Boogie

Module 3

Introducing tapping sticks, supporting children’s vocabulary, signing with music

Songs covered

Heads Shoulders Knees and Toes/If I Were A Baby/Hickory Dickory Dock/Incy Wincy Spider

Module 4

Extending your sensory approach

Songs covered

Baby Matilda’s Cycle/Mulberry Bush/I Head Thunder/Open Shut

Module 5

Consolidating learning

Songs covered

La La La La/Baby Matilda’s Journey/Humpty Dumpty/Row Row Row


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.


Harness the power of music to support children from 3 months to 2 years.

Key benefits include:

  • Learn to lead creative group music activities with confidence in the baby room
  • Engage children in inclusive musical fun that energises and uplifts all involved
  • Support children’s development with activities based on neuroscience evidence
  • Link your music making to EYFS statutory and non-statutory guidance
  • Give the setting a music advantage for shouting about and sharing with parents and 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


Absolutely amazing course that really helps you to understand the importance of musical development.”Nicola Coyne, Little Garden Day Nurseries, Kentish Town

“This course helps to provide a new and exciting way to let children express themselves through music and movement” Emma Watson, Pumpkin Pie Childcare, Northumberland

“Brilliant course which really engages the children in our nursery” Sue Malone, Kenwood Day Nursery, Lancashire

“Really good course, a fab way to learn new songs” Kerry Weston, Rafakidz Cranwell, Lincolnshire

“This age group is very challenging because some of them are still learning to talk and socialize. English is not the first language for some of our students that’s why I’m so thankful for this program because I learned a lot on how to communicate and interact with kids through your beautiful songs and activities.” Tanya Pagsolingan, Kids Kingdom Play Center, Bangkok

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