The MAZAAMTM application : musical awakening at home
Easily stimulate your child's cognitive development with classical music
Finally a musical theory adapted to young children!
Based on a unique teaching method
Developed from the results of many years of scientific research, Mazaam is the perfect tool to help your child discover basic musical notions.
Smart and playful screen-time
Designed to help promote learning while having fun.
Musical activities to do as a family
Create special moments that will bring all the members of your family together.
Follow your child's progress
The Parent Zone lets you know which levels your child has completed and which games are more difficult for him or her.
A habit that will bring you far
Discover the benefits of classical music in less than a month
15 min per day
5 days a week
Progressive and rapid learning
Child-tested and parent-approved
Our endearing and funny characters have won the hearts of the young and not so young
“My daughter asks to play Mazaam every morning. It is the first educational app she has fun with. Well done for that.”
FreudibiliApp Store user
“"Mazaam allows the awakening and development of the child's ability to listen to music and leads him to discover the beauty of musical masterpieces recorded by virtuoso musicians."”
Angèle DubeauO.C., C.Q., O.M., DFA
“"Music can have the ability to foster the structure of thought and the acquisition of knowledge while promoting the creativity of the child."”
Jonathan BolducDirector of Canada Research Chair on music and learning
“Perfect music education app for young children!”
AnaïsApp Store user
“The animals are funny and made my children laugh! [...] The entire family really enjoyed playing with the DUO mode.”
EstelleMother and tester
“My son, Almiat 4, as well as his best friend (same age) enjoyed your colourful, simple to use, engaging app this past weekend during our rainy weekend. They were glued to it for almost an hour. ”
Coconut Monkey 96App Store user
Discover the Mazaam universe
Music Box - Squirrels
Simple game with your child. As a complement to the application, you might listen to great works of classical music to help your child better understand the concept of low and high pitches.
J.S. Bach’s Toccata in D Minor presents the same theme in the high register and then in the low register.
This module’s activities engage children’s attention. They help children hone their perception of sounds and improve auditory memory. Your child may also develop complementary skills that will be useful when they are learning to read. For example, to identify the sounds that make up words (phonemes), children must demonstrate fine-grained auditory discrimination.
Your child has fun placing musical excerpts into two groups according to whether they are low-pitched or high-pitched.
From among all the excerpts presented, your child has fun identifying those which are low-pitched or high-pitched.
Your child has fun finding the intruder. In this image, one musical excerpt is not in the same pitch range as the other two.
Music Box - Chameleons
Simple game with your child. To enrich the experience with your child, listen to the “Badinerie” from J.S. Bach’s:
Orchestral Suite in A Minor
Being able to distinguish, associate, identify, detect, and reproduce sounds based on their duration can be beneficial starting in early childhood. These types of activities give children skills that are useful when they start learning to separate words into syllables. For example, when a child taps out the syllables of the word “umbrella” in their hand, they must produce three sounds corresponding to the sounds /um/, /brel/, and /la/.
Your child has fun placing musical excerpts into two groups depending on whether they are slow or fast.
From among all the excerpts presented, your child has fun identifying those which are slow or fast.
Your child has fun finding the intruder. In this image, the sounds of one musical excerpt are not the same duration as the other two.
Music Box - Lynx
Simple game with your child. To discover more about contrasting dynamics (loud/soft), listen to the famous “Ode to Joy” theme from Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 with your child.
“Ode to Joy”
Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9
By distinguishing, associating, identifying, and detecting sounds according to their intensity, children use various listening strategies to grasp auditory contrasts. For example, they may sing their favourite lullaby with a soft voice or use a loud voice to recite a lively nursery rhyme. By pronouncing some parts of words more loudly than others, they are spontaneously accenting syllables. This is a fun way for them to realize how words are composed, identifying syllables that are at the beginning, middle, or end of a word.
Your child has fun placing musical excerpts into two groups depending on whether they are loud or soft.
From among all the excerpts presented, your child has fun identifying those that are loud or soft.
Your child has fun finding the intruder. In this image, one musical excerpt is not the same intensity as the other two.
Music Box - Eagles
Simple game with your child. With your child, listen to two versions of the famous piece based on Roma themes called Zigeunerweisen,
Played on the flute
Played on the violin
Or listen to Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition,
in the original version for piano
and in an arrangement for wind quintet
As children play with recognizing instrument sounds, they must demonstrate analytical skills and adapt to change and novelty. This type of activity also helps them in learning contexts. For example, to recognize whether two words end with the same sound (rhyme), a child must demonstrate fine-grained timbral discrimination. Thus, by introducing your child to timbre, this module also targets the development of complementary skills.
Your child has fun placing musical excerpts into two groups depending on whether they are produced by the wind family or the string family.
From among all the excerpts presented, your child has fun identifying those that feature the wind family or the string family.
Your child has fun finding the intruder. In this image, one musical excerpt does not feature the same family of instruments as the other two.
Music Box - Sea Lions
Simple game with your child. In addition to the games in the application, take a moment to listen to The Unanswered Question by Charles Ives.
The Unanswered Question
by Charles Ives
The activities in this module engage the sense of musical appreciation. By introducing children to less familiar musical works, the module will broaden their musical world and may help them adapt to novelty. Initiating children to the notion of consonance and dissonance may also give them a better awareness of difference and its many facets in our society.
Your child has fun placing musical excerpts into two groups depending on whether they are consonant or dissonant.
From among all the excerpts presented, your child has fun identifying those which are consonant or dissonant.
Your child has fun finding the intruder. In this image, the harmony of one of the three musical excerpts is different than the other two (consonant or dissonant).