We Have Books To Support Your Musical Journey

Thank you for your interest in our publications! We pride ourselves on offering a wide range of resources to cater to all stages of your professional journey. Whether you are embarking on a new career path, seeking to enhance your knowledge and skills to better support others, or looking to make a change in your current role, our books provide valuable insights and practical tips to help you succeed.

Our experience as authors and researchers have dedicated countless hours of their time to distilling years of theory and practice into easy-to-read and accessible programs. We understand that your time is valuable and that learning can sometimes be a daunting task, so we have designed our books to be user-friendly and engaging, with plenty of real-life examples to help you connect the theories to your own experiences.

So why not take a look at our collection and see how we can support you in your professional development? We look forward to being a part of your journey!

age/stage

Babies 0 to 1 year

Dependent observers

Body language

Sensory dependence

Simple gross motor movement

Achievement through repetition

Individual attention

Experimentation through cause-effect

Simple physical motion

Capacity exploration

Inner rhythm

Babies 1-2 years

Dependent observers

Body language

Suspense

Simple gross motor movement

Object permanence

Individual attention

Independent play

Simple physical motion

Familiar phrase repetition

Inner pulse

Toddlers 2-3 years

Imitation

Body percussion

Sensory dependence

Familiar interval repetition

Rhythm repetition

External awareness of pulse

Tap instruments

Dependent observers

Role play

Noticing others

Toddlers 3-4 years

Body language communication

Fleeting attention

Rhythmic objective

Individual games

Modelling

Learn in games

Sing and repeat canon

More rhythm than song

Accepts playing together

Primary 4-5 years

Social, accept new members

Few individual games

Sing to self

Sing in a group

Quick perception

Follow instructions

Suggest ideas

Explore rhythm of rhyme/song

Humour

Primary 5-6 years

Self-confident

Group games

Small circles of friends

Speech without gesture

Independent instructions

Vary forms of singing games

Test undestanding

Start songs

Pair soft-loud, fast-slow

Individual attention

Primary 6-7 years

Energetic

Wide variety of abilities

Improving self-control

Improving fine motor skills

Developing locomotor skills

Follows rules to participate

Aware of hurting feelings

Independent choices

Show off talents