The program is always exciting, the kids are allowed to be creative, they learn through play and imagination and are allowed to give lots of input!
Christina Yaremczuk, Imagine That mom
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Throughout the 9 years I have been teaching Kindermusik and school music programs, I have most definitely worked with different special needs children. The majority of my experience has been in preschool and in-school settings where classroom teachers and one-on-one aides for the special needs children have been involved in the music classes. I've always been impressed with how music reaches these children.
This school year, I have been so fortunate to be working with 4 different special needs children in my Kindermusik classes at varying ages and stages - the highest number of special needs children I have ever had in my own studio space in one school year. Some of these children need aides with them, some do not. Over the course of a few months I have seen so many changes and improvements in all of these children, it really is mind-blowing.
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