Theatre education

Theatre education is about playing with the children in a theatre-like situation. This enables the children to immerse themselves in different roles and thus stimulate their imagination and creativity.

Linguistic & Social Component

On a linguistic level, the vocabulary is expanded. In this way, children learn new terms and ways of expressing themselves. Furthermore, verbal and non-verbal language is promoted. Gestures and facial expressions can be better understood and used. In addition to empathy and consideration, interaction and cohesion are also particularly promoted here.

Cognitive & Musically Creative Component

On a cognitive level, memory, concentration, perseverance and holistic thinking are promoted. In the musical-creative area, imagination and creative expression are strengthened and learning how to use different materials is made possible.

Biological-vital & emotional component

The children's gross and fine motor skills are explicitly trained. Theatre play stimulates the children's joy of movement and improves their body awareness. On an emotional level, the understanding of roles, self-perception and self-confidence are strengthened and the ability to make decisions is trained.

The theatre pedagogy and the enthusiasm for it should of course be present in the children as well as in the educators. This makes the concept a successful mixture that promotes the social, emotional and aesthetic competence of the children and stimulates their creativity and imagination.

Offers according to theatre pedagogy