"Masters of Arts
for Childhood"

A new educational model
for a True Childhood Renaissance

Art Masters

Elisabetta Armiato

Art Direction More...

Erika Lemay

Armonic Movement More...


Raul Cremona

Acting and Magic More...

Fabio Armiliato

Music and Singing More...

Teatro San Babila
Liceo Pasta

Creative learning path

The Arts are the foundation for the growth of the individual, a precious gift for an harmonious emotional-intellectual-cognitive development of the child; the more we offer him opportunities to act, to create, to learn, the greater we guarantee him his Constitutional right to Education.

Art involves every sense of the child, it allows the development of the mind, promotes the growth of skills, increases self-esteem, allows the discovery of one's talent and constitutes a true instrument of social integration.

Art offers children the optimal conditions to orient and enhance themselves, giving voice and life to the natural creative heritage that they already have. Masters of Art for Childhood is aimed at children aged 4 and 5, proposing a new educational paradigm focusing on the arts..

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Masters of Arts for Childhood

Languages of Art (theme units) / 50 meetings − 100 hours of Art


“the sound” of life and of the world


  • How a child communicates: beyond school stereotypes.
  • Primary memories: The approach to music learning
  • Children musicality: sounds, rythms, melody, signs, voice.
  • Vocal and instrumental expression

What do I learn?

  • To enjoy music
  • To tune a list of songs containing all intervals.
  • To read notes playing
  • To distinguish pulsation from rythm
  • To distinguish pulsation from rythm
  • To play simple melodies, nursery rhymes, popular songs, singing in a chorus.


The body aesthetic “dance”


  • Interactions among tone, emotions, energy and relation with
  • Creativity and aesthetic gesture harmony
  • “Feeling” space, time and movement: the growing “places”
  • Music listening and body interpretation through movement

What do I learn?

  • To know and coordinate my body and all its parts, to feel my breathe
  • To move freely in space drawing fantasy figures
  • To move my body following the rhythm of music
  • To perceive the harmony of gesture
  • To create a space to move within
  • To move according to a rhythm both alone and in group following simple melodies.


“theatre” as the place to make art


  • Theatre: a place to express oneself for childhood.
  • Emotion, body, communication and the mask: the child narrative language
  • The Art of acting: a child natural talent
  • The set-up: how to give life to a show

What do I learn?

  • To be aware of my talent
  • To become the character of a fairy tale or a tale
  • To mime and use body language to communicate
  • To orient myself on the scene
  • To play a role wearing a mask
  • To speak in front of my mates and a public
  • To be happy to be on scene with other people
  • To make a costume, a make up and prepare a show


“sign” as the narration track


  • “the child is not a graphic illiterate” experience and perspective to learn through aesthetic education.
  • Narration, observation, reproduction
  • Emotions among colors, shapes and signs
  • Second childhood: the artistic talent
  • Socialization and graphic sign: “I give you my name”

What do I learn?

  • To listen
  • To observe the world around me
  • To tell stories
  • To valorize my experiences
  • To discover the pleasure to write, read and draw
  • To communicate through signs and comics
  • To watch, to observe an image and the objects around me, to orient myself in space
  • To recognize an iconic-visual test detecting its expressive meaning
  • To recognize forms of art in my culture
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