Most frequently asked questions

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General questions

What does the lesson at Musical4kids look like?

A Musical4kids lesson always lasts 3.5 hours. Each lesson starts with a warming up. The parents can take a look at the warm-up to make the children (and the parents) feel safe. We try to let this last a maximum of 10 to 15 minutes, so that the children can also get to work themselves. When all parents are gone, the preparing of the presentation/performance begins. Attention is always paid to singing, dancing and acting. At the end of the day there will be a performance for the parents.

Individual lesson instead of every week?

When the children are old enough it is super fun to go to musical lessons every week. We think the age of 3 to 6 years is too young to send children to musical lessons every week. So at Musical4kids you can participate a maximum of once per month in a musical lesson. Every lesson we work on a different musical!

Musical4kids decor?

All children will receive their own canvas from us. The children can go crazy on their own canvas. Of course, the children are allowed to stick to the theme of the performance as much as possible. During the presentation we hang up the canvases and afterwards the children can take them home!

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Toilet/potty trained or not yet?

That's okay! We help the children by having them go to the toilet often. Make sure you give your child a clean set of clothes!


What does the performance look like?

The performance lasts about 10 to 15 minutes and is derived from an existing musical or film. For example Vaiana, Jungle Book, Tarzan or The Little Mermaid. The children will sing & dance and are guided by the teacher through the acting.


Food & drinks?

The children have to bring their own lunch and snacks. We provide lemonade and enough breaks.


How big are the groups?

The group consists of a maximum of 10 to 15 children. We think that's big enough.



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Our teachers

All our Musical4kids teachers work well with (young) children. The children need a lot of guidance during the lesson, but especially around the lesson. During breaks with food and drink, but also with going to the toilet and changing clothes, for example. Our teachers have a VOG (certificate of conduct) and are competent with musical lessons.