1. 5 Hats on My Head activity

    5 Hats on My Head activity

    After you have downloaded this resource, print it out in colour/color. Your child might like to draw a picture of their face, then cut out the hats, using the rhyme to pile them above their picture face.

    Make sure you get this on a laptop or desktop. To ensure you get hold of this resource, CREATE A MEMBERSHIP of the website (go to LOG IN from the front page). Then go to the HELP AT HOME section (at the base of the SHOP index). Once you have 'purchased' the resource, which is no cost, you'll be able to obtain it from MY DOWNLOADABLES.

    We apologise in advance for the procedure. We are right now in the process of changing our website to a new platform. That'll take a couple of months. Learn More
  2. A helpful alphabet resource

    A helpful alphabet resource

    Wondering how you're going to get through all this social isolation? Our friend, Richard Black, has created a just over 10 minute resource that provides you with a practical way to work through this time frame. Always providing usable, doable recommendations, Richard has constructed an ABCDEF of encouragement. This is the downloadable you could print and put one copy on the fridge and the other on the bathroom mirror.

    If you're looking for the link ... it is:
    Remember to create a membership so you can find this in the My Downloadables (sorry for the bother). Learn More
  3. A Little Moment notebook

    A Little Moment notebook

    This absolutely stunning hard covered notebook/journal will not disappoint. Here are blank pages to record statements a child makes (the ones to repeat at their 21st), observations a mother makes about her child’s growth and development, or notes of encouragement in the journey of being a mum. Peppered throughout are quotes written about the love of motherhood by mainly music mothers. This book is sure to become treasured.
    If you're a mainly music or a mainly play group, there's a gift wrap to add to your gift. Add a chocolate bar or just use the wrap to make this even more delightful as a gift. We'll send these wraps to you (four to a page that you trim). Learn More
  4. A Patchwork Christmas book

    A Patchwork Christmas book

    When mother sits down to sew a patchwork Christmas tree, her child contributes by finding the various designs that match each part of the story. And as she works, the story unfolds. Finally, when the patchwork is made, the story is complete and the meaning of Christmas becomes evident. Learn More
  5. A Sign of Love book

    A Sign of Love book

    Signs are all around us. And the sign of Easter is the cross. While published specifically for mainly music and mainly play families, this book provides any young child with a delightful story to read and for adult and child to consider together God's sign of love, celebrated at Easter. Learn More
  6. Baby band - Shake, rattle & roll!

    Baby band - Shake, rattle & roll!

    Set of four beautiful percussion instruments for baby. Designed to lead babies from the first discovery of sound and movement into the creative world of making music. Each instrument is designed to be easy to hold and to stimulate early music development. Two types of shakers, rain maker and cage bell supplied in a zipped container. Learn More
  7. Baby Sam book

    Baby Sam book

    A beautiful true story about a family whose baby boy dies, told from the perspective of his four year old brother. Learn More
  8. Bells on Handle

    Bells on Handle

    LARGE bells attached to the handles - one as a half circle, the other as a 'stick' - these jingle bells delight young children and are easy for them to use. Price is for one. Learn More
  9. Castanets - each

    Castanets - each

    Click, click, click go the castanets - helping children tap out the beat or the rhythm, using and developing their fine motor skills. For much younger children, put them on the floor and have children press them quickly down with one hand. Same noise, easier action. These are sold EACH. Learn More
  10. Centred, a book by Richard Black

    Centred, a book by Richard Black

    There is a big problem all over the Western world – anxiety. Many people suffer from the effects of stress caused by anxiety and anxiety caused by stress. Often this is as a result of the lens through which we interpret situations that we experience.‘Centred’ is the first of the Mind Health (TM) series to help people who don’t necessarily need the services of a counsellor but do need a platform to rethink situations that have impacted their life. While having been a counsellor and speaker for many years, this is the first title from Richard Black. It forms the first Mind Health (TM) principle and creates a foundation for people who are keen to live confidently and to thrive in their life. Richard has spoken about the ‘Centred’ principles to many groups of people who have felt lighter and more confident as they have left the venue, intending to put in place the principles of change. ‘Centred’ will provide people with a handbook/workbook for those who want to work on change in their lives with or without hearing any of Richard's presentations. Learn More

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Fires, floods and other nasties
Families at risk
Bring connection during Covid-19
Fires, floods and other nasties
If there has been a natural (or man made) disaster in your country, like fires, floods or even terrorism, and you'd like to support the groups in that area, depending which country you give from, we'll make sure these groups get help. The money will go to celebration items (like Christmas books or birthday gifts) and financial support of the local groups affected.
Families at risk
We're connecting with families who don't always see the value of mainly music sessions first off - but when they attend other services provided by agencies and participate, their smiles return as they connect with their child. It fills mum's life and develops the bond with her children.
Bring connection during Covid-19
We have many stories where mothers say, "I went to my GP. I was told to go on medication. I found mainly music. I don't need medication at all." Post natal depression, social isolation, anxiety along with Covid-19 restrictions can stop anyone in their tracks. Contributing to this fund from anywhere in the world will help those mainly music groups who are struggling financially.
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