Melody Movement Early Learning
The magical world of Melody Bear
Pre-school dance and beyond!
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Melody Bear - the story so far …

Melody Bear is the focal point of the Melody Movement Early Learning dance syllabus.  One day Jill Bridger, the creator of the concept, was rushing to class when she realised that there was no ‘show and tell’ item to use that day.  Jill quickly grabbed her son’s bear, Melody, who proved to be a huge success with the children. By popular demand she started to come to class on a daily basis and soon became a regular feature. Melody Bear had arrived!

Melody Bear’s steadfast determination to overcome any difficulty is an inspiration to young and old.  Now everyone can share in the heartwarming stories of the world’s best loved dancing teddy, Melody Bear.

Her stories inspire our dance and movement ideas and her exciting dance syllabus is now enjoyed by teachers and children across the UK and overseas.  

You can visit Melody Bear at her own website.  Here you can read about her news, competitions and activities.
Young children in a long line with their hands on each others shoulders learning to dance            .

We tiptoe like a princess

We jump like a frog

We walk like a prince

‘Kissing a frog’

Melody Bear’s Paper People Dance is fun

We all hold hands and dance together

‘Grow and flourish with Melody Bear™’
The magical world of Melody Bear. Photo of Melody Bear kissing a frog telling the story of the Frog Princess Photo of dancers with Jill Bridger Melody Bear doing arts and crafts photo

We like to feed the ducks with Melody Bear as we hop, skip and dance in her magical park. Sometimes Melody Bear tells us all about her visit to a farm, shop, library, beach or castle. She brings costumes, instruments and props to dance with. Melody Bear always has plenty of surprises!

Melody Bear feeds the ducks Photo of Melody Bear blowing bubbles

Everyone loves Melody Bear and Melody Bear loves to dance with girls and boys.

She doesn’t always get it right, but she keeps on trying!

Jill Bridger and Melody Bear dancers sitting in a circle clapping See Melody Bear on TV          . Melody Bear's dance class     . Creating Melody Bear's world. Melody Bear is on her bicycle Melody Bear and the Grand Old Duke of York Melody Bear visits the baker