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Learn To Dance

 
Benefits of learning to dance

 

Research conducted by the university of Maryland shows that almost 60%
of children aged from 9 - 12, led a balanced life with involvement in one or two activities.
(Horin, 2008) Even those kids that could be called "over
scheduled" were doing very well. What's interesting is that kids not involved in any kind of activity were more socially immature and had a lower self esteem (Horin, 2008). According to the report published by Australian Bureau of statistics 42% of Australian kids aged 5 - 14 years participate in the organised school activities, such as dance classes, sport, singing and playing musical instruments.