Regardless of how old your kids are, it’s essential to stay active from an early age and to turn that into a lifestyle.
Although schools offer physical education sessions, and recess provides some play-time, after-school activities have numerous health and social benefits. They can help develop skills and improve the brain’s learning abilities.
Teamwork and socializing will help your kids let loose and form bonds with other students with the same interests.
After -school activities also lead to an overall healthier lifestyle, a stronger body, a healthy heart, and improved breathing. They also reduce screen time and recharge your child’s energy rather than drain it.
Continue to my article for Young Times (on page 10) to find out how to coordinate your child’s extra curricular activities in your busy daily lives!