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What is Bolognani-Methode?


The Bolognani-Methode focuses on teaching music through play while stimulating the four areas of development: motor skills, language skills, cognitive skills, and socio-emotional skills.

Why stimulate the four areas of development?

Each of these areas contributes uniquely to the holistic development of an individual. By doing so, it promotes balanced growth in physical, mental, emotional, and social skills, enabling individuals to effectively navigate their environment.

What are the four areas of development?

Motor Skills Area
t's the development of physical abilities and motor coordination, including both gross motor skills (such as walking, running, jumping) and fine motor skills (such as grasping objects, writing).


Language Area
It involves the development of language skills, including comprehension and oral expression, as well as the ability to read and write.


Cognitive Area
It relates to the development of mental skills, such as reasoning, problem-solving, memory, attention, and perception.


Socio-emotional Area
Encompasses the development of social, emotional, and self-awareness skills, including empathy, emotional regulation, interpersonal relationship skills, and self-esteem.

Why use games as a tool for work?

Using games to learn music and, at the same time, stimulate the four areas of development is highly effective. Games naturally capture children's interest, making the learning process more enjoyable and active.


Children will learn music while developing their motor, language, cognitive, and socio-emotional skills. This integration provides a comprehensive learning experience that promotes the holistic development of children.

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