How do I know what happens in a course?
Which courses can my child participate in without being accompanied by an adult?
The Gorilla courses (3 to 6 years) are principally conducted without parent supervision. This is the only way for children to fully immerse themselves in their activities. The courses for Chimps (1½ to 3 years) require one adult per child to come along to the course.
I am uncertain whether my child will want to continue with Kling Klong once I sign it up. What can I do?
When are the appointments for free trial lesson?
Do I need to purchase further material for my child?
I have had or have experience in the field of education and would like to conduct Kling Klong courses. What can I do?
What makes Kling Klong different from other early education programs?
Why should my child wait until school age before learning musical notation?
Why should children not specialize in an instrument before the age of 7?
Few children have the fine motor skills required to specialize in a specific instrument before age 7. Additionally, children often don’t have the maturity required to practice on an independent and continual basis. This is, however, necessary and often leads to children turning away from music sooner or later. Children who benefit from Kling Klong first, however, usually make very good progress when working with an instrument from age 7 onward. They usually even surpass those of similar age who start two years earlier. Some Kling Klong branches offer recorder lessons for this age group, while others are attached to a Modern Music School offering drums, bass, guitar, keyboard, and singing lessons.