Posts Tagged: National Nursery Rhyme Week

World Nursery Rhyme Week 2017

World Nursery Rhyme Week will run from 13th – 17th November in 2017. Now in it’s 5th year, the event, organised by Music Bugs, celebrates the importance of nursery rhymes in early childhood development and education. Updates and plans for the event will be posted on Facebook and registration will open Spring 2017.

Register your interest for World Nursery Rhyme Week 2016

Parents and Early Years practitioners can now ‘Register their interest’ for World Nursery Rhyme Week which runs from the 7th – 11th November 2016. The initiative, now in it’s 4th year, is organised by Music Bugs. Free downloadable resources provided by our sponsors twinkl and Piccolo Music will be made available mid September. To register your interest for…

Registrations soar for World Nursery Rhyme Week

World Nursery Rhyme Week, an initiative organised by Music Bugs, has received over 8,000 registrations for the event which starts on Monday 9th November. Aimed at parents and Early Years settings, the week long initiative celebrates the importance of nursery rhymes in early childhood development. For further information and to register and access the free…

‘Laura’s Rhymes’

Laura Henry, is a leading UK and international Early Years consultant, trainer and writer who has written a wonderful book called ‘Laura’s Rhymes’. A great resource for early years settings and for parents to use at home with their children , you can access more information about the book and order a copy here.      

Date announced for National Nursery Rhyme Week 2014

Music Bugs, who organise the event have confirmed that National Nursery Rhyme Week will return on 10th – 14th November 2014. Open to parents, Early Years settings and anybody who works with children under the age of 5, National Nursery Rhyme Week celebrates the importance of nursery rhymes in early childhood development. Participation and resources…

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