By Eve Bandusena, Parents Avenue Editorial Assistant
“We also hold biennial dance recitals. It’s very important for the kids to have the experience of performing in order to grow. It teaches them perseverance and so as working towards the exam. Since there is pressure from the exam, some children may tend to start giving up when it’s hard. This is when we’ll communicate with the parents again to encourage their children to push through and persevere.”
“I think nowadays, studies are quite stressful at school, so dancing makes the kids happy. Dancing is a good way for them to de-stress and at the same time, learn how to discipline themselves. They may even find it interesting to learn French for the ballet terms.” She says. “All in all, it’s a good hobby even if they are not going for a dance career. It’s a great after-school activity for the children.”
Dancing in any genre in general has proven to be one of the best activities to keep our mind sharp and our heart healthy. It’s not just benefiting for our children, but even for adults and elderly too.
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