Dancing is a form of physical activity and, like any other type of movement, has many benefits for both girls and boys. You notice the child's first talents since he was a baby and he funnyly moves his ass in his diaper. Whether you join your little boy when he grows up for sports dancing, ballet or modern dances, his development is only to be won!
It creates an excellent physical condition!
Dancing is one of the most fun forms of physical activity a child can do. It uses all the muscle groups constantly and balanced and helps to tone the muscles and a harmonious growth and modeling of the body of the child. Some forms of dance also offer grace in the child's movements.
In addition, during the dance important functions involved in the physical development of the child are formed and stimulated:
The children have problems with concentration, and the dances, through exercises and repetitions help them to listen to the instructions offered and to perform the movements in turn and with patience, improving their concentration.
It's a form of relaxation and fun!
Besides the physical and psychological benefits that dance has on the child, neither the factor of relaxation and good disposition is to be neglected. Children have a lot of fun with other children and have a lot of fun, and relaxation comes with the package. It has the role of reducing the anxiety level of the children, because the dance is, after all, a way of psychological discharge and communication of the experiences, through nonverbal language.
It helps them to develop their social skills!
Enrolling the child in a dance class means from the beginning its integration into a small community. The child can connect friends and learn how to socialize in groups. Interactions with other children are essential in the social development of the child.
They develop their self-confidence and self-esteem!
Dance has a positive emotional impact on children. They learn to cope with public exposure and social interactions and with each success or progress they build self-confidence.
It helps them become responsible!
Dancing does not mean in the end involvement and responsibility. They learn to adapt in groups, the feeling of belonging to the group and to respect its rules. Learn to listen, help their team when needed, encourage them, as well as the spirit of competition.
Improves their memory!
Dancing in organized groups involves a routine, pre-set dance steps and many other rules that put the child's memory to work. The little ones have to retain a set of movements in performing a dance, and through continuous repetitions, their memory is stimulated.
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