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“Together we can make a Difference in each child’s life and future"

Build self confidence in a child trough Speech and Drama

What is Speech?

Speech is how a person communicates with another. It is the conduit for spoken self- expression. A combination of vocabulary, voice and experience gives each person their unique oral signature. This is who they are. Their speech is what carries their being, their presence into the world.

What is Drama?

Drama, by contrast, extends and embodies speech. To dramatize is to enact something or someone; either an aspect of oneself or someone else. Drama lifts ordinary speech into the realm of the imagination and theatre. Its activities focus on living into other worlds or experiences while speech ones concentrate on developing and extending oral language skills. Drama is a wonderful way through which the children can channel their energies to find innovative methods of creating and expressing!

Dance to the beat

Dance is a primal part of human experience across all cultures and time periods that unites us all no matter our age. The benefits it has on early childhood development is definitely worth understanding.

Improves Physical Health

Dancing is a highly physical activity, and kids who take dance lessons regularly should expect to see a significant improvement in their overall physical health. It increases child's flexibility, range of motion, physical strength and stamina. The repetitive movements involved in dance can improve muscle tone, correct poor posture, increase balance and coordination and improve overall cardiovascular health.

Socialization Benefits

In addition to being a physical activity, dancing is also a highly social activity. Dance lessons can help children improve their social and communication skills, learn how to work as part of a team, develop a greater sense of trust and cooperation and make new friends.

Improves Self-Esteem

As children learn more about dance and adjust to movement, they will start to gain a better sense of their bodies that will allow them to feel more comfortable in their own skin. The more comfortable a child feels in his or her own skin, the easier it will be for him or her to develop and maintain confidence!

Music In The Air

Music is a critical learning tool that keeps children engaged in school, helps develop well rounded individuals and encourages skills that are vital for success

Raises Self Esteem

Learning to play the keyboard is hard work and takes dedication. Not only does each song mastered increase a child's self-esteem, but showcasing their newly learned talents at recitals can boost their self-esteem.

Increases Coordination

Playing strengthens hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills, as well as concentration, memory and attitude. Music training improves spatial-temporal reasoning in preschool children, which is necessary for learning math and science as well as other subjects.

Helps Children to Concentrate

Reading a piece of music takes a great deal of focus. Children have to interpret a note and a rhythm and translate it into hand movements on the keyboard. Reading and playing music allows them to think both critically and creatively, which is a skill that will assist them in the future.