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Musicaliti Books

Yum Yum Yum Lesson planner
Yum Yum Yum Lesson planner
ISBN 9781907935206

Musicaliti has 3 fantastic theme-based books available for nursery children 2-4 years old!  With suggestions on instruments to use, ways to turn songs into games, as well as identifying additional skills through songs (evidence for learning journeys), each book features:

  • lesson plan suggestions
  • one page per song
  • ways to play instruments
  • musical notation
  • optional CD of all songs

These can be purchased from their e-store by clicking on the picture and purchasing direct.

In addition, there are suggestions on how to develop the musicality of the children you work with by moving to the beat as well as the rhythm.

Training is available on how to develop musicality by clicking on this link or emailing directly.


Magical Musical Kingdom lesson planner
Magical Musical Kingdom lesson planner
ISBN 9781907935152


Some themes include more well-known songs than others, like Yum, Yum, Yum, which follows a food theme.  Other themes include a mixture of original, folk and well-known songs, like Magical Musical Kingdom, or Sharks, Fish, Shells.

CD’s for each of these books are available, too, on the links below:

Magical Musical Kingdom CD

Under the Sea CD

Musical Munchies CD

Passport to Transport CD

All these books can be purchased directly on this page – or email for the code for 25% discount!



Sharks, Fish, Shells lesson planner
Sharks, Fish, Shells lesson planner
ISBN 9781907935633

More books and cds are planned, including similar topics for a baby (0-2y) curriculum, as well as a free e-songbook, available by signing up to the Musicaliti Newsletter.










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FREE e-Songbook-let!

Musicaliti Come and Sing e-bookWhat is that, then??

It's a e-book, that is a songbook, but only has 7 songs, so it's a booklet – an e-songbook-let!

Featuring nursery songs suitable from birth upwards, these songs are great for teaching sequential progression of notes, building confident and clear singers!

"But my child can sing MUCH MORE complicated songs! Why should I start with these?"

Children can say a lot more complicated words than they can read or spell, too. It took me years as a child, for example, to realise that Sel Dom was not a technical name for a sound that was discouraging, in the song, "Oh, give me a home, where the buffalo roam, where the deer and the antelope play, where Sel Dom is heard, a discouraging word, and the skies are not cloudy all day!"

We break up words to learn to spell. We break up numbers to learn to count. These are successfully proven ways of learning. So, too, with music!

Taking advantage of technology, this e-songbook-let includes 7 progressive songs with:

  • lyrics (song words)
  • notation (music notes)
  • guitar or ukulele chords (including pictures of ukulele chords)

It's interesting that, getting my 9 year old daughter to sing along with me, you may in fact hear the slight difficulties she had in singing the more difficult (new to her!) songs. In these situations, advice is always to go back to what is familiar, get confident in what you know, and use the different qualities of the familiar songs to strengthen skills for the unfamiliar new songs (like singing unfamiliar beats or additional notes)!

This is the first of 4 "e-songbook-lets", aimed at mothers, fathers and other carers of children (early years professionals, childminders, children's centre workers, nursery and playgroup managers) – and by signing up to receive the first, you will automatically be alerted to the publication of the new ones! Sign up now and share this link, forward this page to people who have children, love children or work with children!