Babies can discover sounds by touching objects with their fingers, nails, hands or feet, by banging one object against another, or even by touching their own bodies or touching the ground with different parts of their bodies.
This sound research sometimes goes unnoticed by adults, but both motor and sound discovery are important for the integral development of the child. In this lecture, organized by lumbung artist Graziela Kunsch, educator Carmen Orofino, scholar of the Pikler approach, will share the experience of the Music and Movement circles that she runs in São Paulo, Brazil, with parents and babies since 2016.
Friedrichsplatz 18, 34117 Kassel
Location: Fridericianum Public Daycare