What are the benefits of extracurricular activities for children?

Is an extracurricular activity necessary? And if so, which one? Let us help you see more clearly!

It’s been proven, extracurricular activities play an essential role in personal development, self-confidence or in the development of psychomotor and learning skills. children’s imagination. They also create great opportunities to meet people of the same age who share common passions, and help develop interpersonal skills. A real breath of fresh air, these leisure and learning times outside of school allow children to spend their energy in a different way and relieve the tensions accumulated during school periods.

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10 BENEFITS OF EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES FOR YOUR CHILD

A link has also been established between anxiety linked to the fear of academic failure and the practice of extracurricular activities ; children and teenagers who are deprived of such activities are almost 4 times more likely to experience this anxiety.

These activities clearly help to improve our relationship with ourselves, with others, and therefore with school.

IN BRIEF

– Building skills other than purely academic ones

– Recognition and appreciation of effort

– Learning to respect rules and peers

– Developing team spirit and the pleasure of learning

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