We introduced extracurricular activities like Spanish, Music, Dance, and Yoga to allow your children to explore their physical, social and creative potential. Participating in movement classes with your children when they are infants and toddlers can encourage brain development while group-centered activities help familiarize older children with real-world issues.
With these activities it actually increase self-esteem. They also help your child find friends with common interests, and improve physical and cognitive skills.
Most importantly, parents should respect the interests and wishes of their children and encourage them in participating.
An early music cultivates a lifelong love for music by developing early literacy and language skills.
An interactive music class that allows your children to create musical instruments and then play them as a class.