Target Audience: Early childhood educators, nursery assistants, speech therapists, occupational therapists, nurses, childcare specialists, specialized educators, psychologists, librarians, musicians, dancers, visual artists, storytellers, childminders, physiotherapists, disc jockeys, animators, parents, professionals from various sectors: early childhood (daycares, PMI, etc.), healthcare (hospitals, nurseries, etc.), special needs education (IME, IMP, MAS, CAMSP, etc.), recreation (leisure centers, etc.), culture (libraries, discos, music schools, etc.).

Skills to Acquire:

  • Demonstrate the importance of the auditory environment for infants.
  • Explore a range of musical situations using voice, sound materials, musical instruments, and recordings.
  • Highlight the connections between sound, music, imagination, and play.
  • Promote the creative involvement of adults in their work with children while maintaining high-quality listening skills.

Pedagogical Progression:

  • Games, exploration, and improvisation with musical instruments: work on listening, movement, imagination, etc.
  • Collective games with various materials (balls, paper, etc.).
  • Songs, nursery rhymes, and finger games: repertoire, interpretation, staging, recording.
  • Records: selection and use.
  • Construction of musical instruments adapted for infants.
  • Analysis of video documents recorded in daycare settings and theoretical development.

Training Location: At our facilities in Erstein, Mulhouse, or at your organization.

Prerequisite Knowledge: You do not need to be a singer or musician to attend this training. No prior knowledge is required.

Duration: 2 or 3 days

Supervision: One trainer (certified and experienced music instructor) for a maximum of 10 participants.

Validation: Upon successful completion of the final evaluation, a training certificate will be issued.