A Childs Song Inc
Rating: 5 stars 7 7 reviews
Arts & Culture, Education
12301 Grant, Unit 200 Thornton CO 80241 USA
A Child’s Song, Inc. will provide music education and appreciation for the entire family in order to fully develop the brain on individual, group, and community levels in an atmosphere and environment that nurtures, advances, and preserves the art of creating music.
Geographic areas served:
Metro Denver including Evergreen
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My children have both been enrolled with A Child's Song since they were about 18 months old. First we enjoyed the KinderMusic curriculum that was taught by their very nurturing educators. Since my younger child was very active and seemed to struggle with fine motor development, they were always gracious about suggesting at home activities to stimulate brain development to help with her issues. At the age of 7 she was diagnosed with Dyslexia and ADD.
Currently my daughters are 10 & 8 years old and are enrolled in The Studio's piano lessons. This last year I have enjoy watching my 8 year old overcome symptoms of dyslexia through learning to read music and "work her brain" with the cross-lateral hand movements of playing the piano. We also experienced The IM (Interactive Metronome) program last summer and are pleased with how it helped my daughter to improve her focus and attention.
I would highly recommend A Child's Song to any new parent. Music and movement used together at an early age are a wonderful enhancement to any child's development. The KinderMusic classes are also an amazing bonding experience for both parent and child. Both my children currently love to play and practice piano. Thanks to Sandy and all the staff for their wonderful contribution to the lives and for cultivating a love a music that will last their whole lives. You are amazing!
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
watching my child overcome learning challenges.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
find a way to expose more children to the benefits of music education by providing more scholarships.