Boogie Mites, a leading provider of original songs and musical activities that support learning during a child’s early years, has just launched their new website.
The new website has been introduced to improve the experience and address the needs of Parents, Early Years Practitioners, Teachers and Organisations looking for fantastic music making resources to share and use to support their children’s development.
The changes included
- Improved design and layout of the site to improve navigation
- Refreshed and new content, which includes a page on creative activities that can be used to support songs and themes, to engage children in active learning
- New Shop which has been developed to really improve parents’ access to Boogie Mites extensive catalogue of music for the early years. Providing the opportunity to listen, review and recommend songs to friends. In addition to purchasing CDs and music programmes directly from Boogie Mites, parents can now download individual tracks or entire collections
Exciting work is still be undertaken, with the development of a secure area that settings who are accredited Boogie Mites licensees can subscribe to, which will give them access to view training videos to support them in delivering Boogie Mites music programmes, in addition to accessing an online forum to gain advice and share tips with Boogie Mites trainers, teachers and other licensees.
The January launch coincides with the start of the National Year of Communication, a campaign to increase understanding of how important it is for children and young people to develop good communication skills. Music is an essential and powerful enabler in child’s development, and therefore Boogie Mites will be involved in actively supporting the campaign run by The Communication Trust, a coalition of over 35 leading voluntary sector organizations, in partnership with Jean Gross, the Government’s Communication Champion.
The new format of the website will help to ensure that Boogie Mites can provide parents, practitioners, teacher and carers information about and access to great music that can help to support child’s speech, language and communication.
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