Children have an innate musicality and have a natural approach to music. Musical experience also affects other areas of child's education. They get to know, for example, their bodies and different forms of movement. They learn that both stories and feelings can be represented and expressed with the help of music. Language development can be supported with the help of rhythmic language games. By detecting timing, rhythm, symmetry and patterns children acquire basic mathematical skills. With children's songs, rhymes and songs knowledge of the environment in which the children grow up is transmitted. Last but not least social skills are promoted through dance games and playing music together. Although musical education is closely linked to other areas of education, access to music is relatively independent of language and motor skills. This plays a particular role when it comes to special development needs (e.g. a delay in language development , motor impairments). In addition, music offers therapeutic functions: Listening to certain songs can trigger calmness and a sense of relaxation in children, giving comfort and also having a motivating, stimulating and invigorating effect on happiness. Here you will find an extract of our concept to developing this range: (Please click on the pictures to obtain a larger view)
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