Early Childhood Music and Movement Association

Best practices in all areas of early childhood music and movement for the good of children ages 0-7 years

Baby Music  
A Sound Start in Life - Award winning Unique Baby Music 

Creative Capers - Early Childhood movement and Music Creative Capers is a unique, original, high quality early childhood Movement and Music program, specifically designed for children aged 6 weeks to 7 years.The focus is on movement and co-ordination, enhanced by a variety of musical experiences.Creative Capers is suitable for all parent, childcare, health, community and educational environments. Excite - Explore - Experience - Express - Educate

Robyn Crowe - Movement and Music Resources
Look no further....afantastic array of original and creative ideas and activities for young children's movement and music needs.....Brilliantly simple, fun resources for developing physical skills.

Hey Dee Ho Music
At hey dee ho we are very passionate about our music. Not only does it provide great pleasure and comfort to many people, but it is a proven tool that stimulates learning, thereby providing a key to unlock potential.

BAM! - Body And Mind
BAM! Radio was conceived in 2007 on the premise that the key to success in the life of all children is nuturing a healthy mind in a healthy body.

Sounds of Intent in the Early Years (SoI–EY)!

SoI-EY explains how young children (aged 0-7) develop musically, and sets this out in a large circular framework. It gives ideas for activities suited to children at different stages of musical development, and provides a simple way of recording their achievements [profile sheets can be downloaded upon registration and login]. SoI-EY is fully inclusive and is suitable for all children, irrespective of their abilities and needs.

The dedicated online resource for Sounds of Intent for children and young people with complex needs is always available at:


Orff UK - Nurturing Creativity Through Music

The Orff Approach is a set of principles by which creative education can be organised. Primarily it uses a trinity of Art Forms: Music, Dance and Spoken Word, with two central themes that bind them together: Rhythm and Improvisation. The Orff Approach is not a linear method, nor is it a training programme for particular career paths, such as playing an instrument, joining a ballet company or becoming a poet. It does however offer a holistic grounding in the many skills and qualities that a person might want in living and or working creatively. It can sit alongside other curriculums or stand alone as a pathway for personal and professional creative development.