Satire Music For Children

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Everyday children are getting mixed up with all the wrong activities. Drugs, alcohol, everything a parent would not want their child to end up doing, and nothing to keep them away from such evils. Sara Bellum took a survey with “Real Teen Ask” found out “more than 46,000 teens—8th, 10th, and 12th graders to be exact—showed that 13% of 8th graders, 30% of 10th graders, and 40% of 12th graders say they have used a drug” (Bellum). But what if children had an activity where it got them away from all the bad in the world today? With Music for Children, kids today will now have something to keep them away from all the drugs and alcohol. Music for Children will provide an after school program for children where they can learn how to play any instrument, keep them off the streets with educated staff, and teach them positive attributes like discipline and leadership. Children need activities for positive growth. Music for Children will provide kids with the activity of band. When kids get out of school where do they go? Home, practice, to a friend. What about the kids who don’t want to go home, and can’t play sports, or don’t have many, if any, friends where do they go? Kids turn to the streets where they find drugs and alcohol. Music for…show more content…
Music for Children will keep the kids under adult supervision until their parents come to get them. The volunteers at Music for Children go under exclusive background check. Music for Children only looks for volunteers who are ready to work with the children and understand music and the joy it brings to everyone. “‘Music for the sake of music.’ Any responsible music educator will emphatically echo this important mantra” (Lautzenheiser). If our educators don’t understand the importance of music why consider them to be apart of our program? But if our educators understand the importance of music and how to make it fun those are the people Music for Children want in the
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