Have you ever considered placing your child in performing arts? Is your son or daughter interested in singing, acting, or dancing? In this article, we’ll discuss the awesome benefits of placing your kid in performing arts and how the training can benefit him or her throughout life. At Skyra Studios, we’re proud to offer the best training for children and teens ranging from three to 18. Employing only the best teachers and instructors, your child will receive incredible training in a fun and engaging environment. We want to take your son or daughter’s talent to the the next level! Enroll your child today!
Higher Academic Achievement
Many studies have emerged documenting the benefits of performing arts and how they apply to the classroom. Children who are exposed to dance, music, and theater are more proficient in math, reading, and writing. The performing arts also help children to learn to respect authority and be confident in their own abilities and talents.
Memorizing lines for an important role in a play or learning a pirouette can be difficult, but when a child finally teaches himself or herself the skill, he or she also learns perseverance. Participating in rehearsals and performances will help him or her to see that determination and patience are key to success. This skill will be hugely valuable later on in life as he or she experiences other struggles that require perseverance.
Working as a Team
Probably one of the most valuable skills in life, working together with other peers and classmates will help your child to be a team player. Learning the importance of collaboration will truly benefit your child throughout his or her life.
Creativity and Imagination
Naturally creative, children will thrive in our conducive environment. Movement, music, and exciting activities will help your son or daughter’s imagination to grow and think of new ideas. In our theater classes, children are guided through emotions such as anger or sadness and helped to process them in a safe place. Singing, dancing, and acting also are great avenues for children to express their feelings without bottling them up.
By learning lines and different forms of communication, such as dancing, your son or daughter may come across new words or emotions that he or she has never experienced before. Working through them in a classroom will give him or her the skills to understand them better. Being in front of others and learning to express him or herself is also a great way to boost confidence and maturity levels.
Self-Esteem and Confidence
Learning self-presentation skills helps your child to be confident in new or nerve wracking experiences. Going out on stage or performing in front of an audience can be scary, but as your child learns to conduct himself or herself before peers, it will be invaluable as he or she faces other events later on in life. As your son or daughter’s confidence grows, his or her self-confidence will as well. Singing, dancing, and acting are all great ways to also draw a shy or quiet child out of his or her shell, and an excellent way to help him or her see hidden talents that may have never been expressed before.
Whether your son or daughter is three years old or about to graduate high school, having performing arts on his or her application will definitely be a plus. Many colleges look for well-rounded applicants, and involvement in performing arts will show admissions staff that your son or daughter is passionate, dedicated, and creative. He or she may also have the opportunity to discuss the experience of singing, dancing, and acting in a college essay.
By simply being involved in a group or class, the experiences, other students, and new ways of learning will bring new and exciting ideas to your child as he or she grows. Being exposed to different interests and experiences can cause your son or daughter’s imagination to bloom and grow. These memories and perspectives will stay with your kiddo as he or she matures and his or her perspective on the world will be forever changed.
Receiving Constructive Feedback
Learning to be teachable will truly benefit your son and daughter later on in life. Our teachers take genuine interest in their students and truly want them to be their absolute best. Sometimes this involves positive critiques. Never meant to be hurtful, our feedback is intended to help to grow your child’s skills and talents so that he or she will always be improving. As your child receives this instruction, he or she will learn to be teachable and accept friendly critiques from those in authority and future bosses and teachers.
At Skyra Studios, we’re proud to offer incredible instruction in singing, dancing, acting, and many other aspects of performing arts. With an amazing array of classes for all ages, we’re sure your son or daughter will thrive in our fun and exciting environment. Enroll today!