In early musical education, the child is introduced to music in a playful way. In a familiar and sociable atmosphere, together with other children, the child experiences in graphic language how it can immerse itself holistically in the world of music.
Movement, music and language are the elements that are closely linked in early education and that interact constantly. Numerous different tasks give the child the opportunity to develop physically and mentally through the music. Socialization, expressivity, reactivity, imagination and improvisation play a key role and form the basis for further learning about music.
Singing and song processing, voice training, ear training, dance and movement games, learning the beat and basic rhythmic units, as well as elementary playing on percussion instruments are educational content and goal at the same time. The early acquisition of these skills are key elements for the children. They give them a natural access to a later musical education and learning to play an instrument.