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How to introduce this fun activity. By Penny Tassoni

‘Mood music’ offers a playful and contained way to begin to give shape and expression to what may be difficult emotional experiences for young children. Community musician and trainer Bill Roberts presents songs and ways of using instruments to support emotional development

Singing has a long tradition in nurseries, thanks largely to the work of Friedrich Froebel, and the practice is intimate and complex, explain Sacha Powell, Kathy Goouch and Louie Werth

One nursery in north London has started providing ukulele sessions for children once a week. Liz Roberts reports on how babies and children alike are engaging with the instrument

A new national project uses music to support wider development. The University of Roehampton's Adam Ockelford and Angela Voyajolu explain.

The Babysong Project has been looking at how singing and song can establish intimacy between practitioners and babies. Vanessa Young explains

Singing is a powerful form of communication, and one that both practitioners and parents of all musical abilities should be encouraged to use with the children in their care. Penny Tassoni explains

Penny Tassoni has great ideas for singing at home

New resources for early years music

Does your setting consider the impact of its music choices on children? Evidence suggests the area needs more thought, argues Nicola Burke.