How to play

Didactic notes for use

1. Play together

Don't leave your child alone with the app! Get comfortable, take your time and don't let anything or anyone bother you. Why? Affective learning is about the fact that information can be better processed and stored in an emotionally positive, pleasant learning environment.

2. sing along!

Just sing along! Singing along and following along is a particularly good way to experience the rhymes contained in many songs. Rhymes, in turn, help to intuitively experience the syllable structures of a language. This phonological awareness helps later when learning to write and read.

3. dance, clap and jump!

Dance and jump around the room or clap your hands! Only through movement can the rhythm of the music really be felt. A sense of rhythm helps with language learning, because language also has a rhythmic structure with its pauses, melodic progressions and accents.

4. skin in the strings!

Strum the strings, hit the timbrels, or try your hand at body percussion! Either way, making music is a great form of communication when words fail you. Plus, playing instruments trains graphic-motor skills, which are also very important in writing and crafts.

5. Talk about it

There is a lot to hear and see in the app: Talk about it together! Follow-up communication helps to classify, process and express what has been perceived. New words can be used and familiar ones practiced. It is especially interesting to talk about things that are new and perhaps strange, confusing or frightening. Intercultural communication helps to see new or foreign things with different eyes.

6. uses the app max. 30-45 min per day.

Your kids especially love the app? That's great! However, digital media use in toddlers should be limited to 30 to 45 minutes per day . There is so much to discover, do and talk about around songs and languages. For this, the app is a good starting point that should stimulate your imagination, but never limit it.

How to - use the app for max 30 minutes per day

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