Preschool Music Home

Do you want preschool music resources?

Welcome to our instantly downloadable complete preschool music curriculum.  We’ve done all the hard work of long-range planning for the years of early childhood. You can choose from our selection of:

These preschool music education resources are written by Carol Biddiss M.Ed and published by Musical Child, Early Learning through Music.

“This is the very best music program for preschoolers in the country!”

Dr Jula Szuster M.A.C.E.—Visiting research Fellow
Elder Conservatorium of Music, University of Adelaide

Do you want preschool music help?  

You will find free expert advice on how to program and present music activities in our blog Music Lesson Ideas.  These practical tips are incredibly useful for educators, even if you don’t consider yourself to be highly-trained in music.   Browse the categories on the right or look through the recent posts.  We welcome your questions and feedback on our contact page.

Our preschool music resources are used with confidence by educators of all kinds

Teachers, childcare managers and carers, musicians, therapists, academics and librarians, parents and grandparents – all these different educators love our publications.  Here’s a comment from one of the many satisfied educators who have purchased our Lesson Plan Series.

“I’m from Spain, I run my own business, a Nursery School where we teach English through Music and movement. I love your Lessons Plans because they are easy to follow and they organise my time!! I usually teach vocabulary with your songs, we are about to start In My Boat but up to now, children have learnt a lot!  Thanks for your Lessons!!”

Maria Prieto Martin – Causeway Academy, Cantabria, Spain

Our two Musical Child music programs, Bounce and Sing and Sing and Play are perfect for use with young children from baby, toddler, through preschool, kindergarten and right up into their early years at elementary or primary school.

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Bouncing Kangaroos

You can start by trying one preschool music activity such as a body percussion.  Build up groups of activities to make a whole lesson plan.  Follow our colour-coded term blocks of lesson plans for 1-3 or 3-5  year-old and that will give you enough lessons to make a complete preschool music program.

These resources are completely flexible and give you the freedom to create your own preschool music program.

Follow the blog for advice about designing and running your own music program.

In our store you’ll find a huge range of lesson plans.   Find out more by downloading a free preschool music book excerpt.

6 thoughts on “Preschool Music Home

  1. Hi Carol, so happy to find your site. I was a dance and movement teacher for years working in preschools and playgroups. I will enjoy exploring your site and activities for young children. Thanks.

    • Hi Lesley, I hope there still are young children in your life who benefit from your wealth of experience and insight. I hope you do enjoy the dances we have found for the program. It is wonderful to see two year olds spontaneously hold hands, ready to dance in a circle.

  2. Thankyou for wonderfull insight information etc.

    Small children benifite enourmously from musical education at a young age, I.e. music strarts in the cradle.

    Naomi Smit L.T.C.L.

    • I wholeheartedly agree Naomi. In fact babies in utero can hear low sounds from 18 weeks and a baby can recognise music that she or he heard before birth, so yes, let’s start young.

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