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Margie Jay Jammie is a London-based music teacher who set up the North London Ukulele Club in 2013 to inspire learners of all ages to play the ukulele. Margie is owner-director and creator of Ukulittle® and of My First Ukulittle tm Books and Teaching Resources, a unique Early Years Music Programme that teaches children to play the ukulele using rhythm, colours, stories and characters while giving priority to self-expression as well as technique. Ukulittle® Music Programme is aligned with recent scientific evidence suggesting that active music-making in early years supports creativity, imagination and emotional resilience, providing an essential boost to the tool kit of both children and practitioners/teachers.

Our first free pack was published in March 2022. Thank you to all of those who dowloaded it and donated, we really appreciated it! We have kept going in Autumn 2022 and produced  the Christmas mini-collection. Both resources are available as part of My First Ukulittle Books and Teaching Resources, a unique Early Years Music Programme, please email to book a free visit at your school or nursery.

Donations to back future titles can be made via the Paypal button. 


Ukulittle ® was formed eight years ago when Margie realised the untapped potential of teaching ukulele to preschool age children. Young children are brimming with enthusiasm, creativity and ideas that they want to share and Ukulittle ® builds on that to ensure that learning is done at their own pace and in their own unique way. Providing inspiration, useful resources and support, the Ukulittle ® method enables children to play spontaneously, making their own chord progressions and songs or even changing existing songs to a topic that is important to them at that moment.

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