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After School hours, there will are a lot of learning opportunities for a child maybe is in the classroom, school, and home as well. After school hours are the best time to let your child explore and learn through some fun and creative activities. All these activities can relax and have more cohesion among family members. You can get your child excited to learn and find out new interests and skills that are not taught in his school. It will help him to grow his self- confidence and do better in his studies and sports.
Here are some exciting and rewarding activities that help you with a few enjoyable and creative after-school activities to make your kid learn and have fun at the same time.

Learn another Language

Learning a new language is quite interesting and a wonderful opportunity for kids to broaden their view of the world. Today, it is very easy to understand and exchange cultural ideas from different countries. You can help your child to be more creative and knowledgeable by making him learn a new language and culture.

There are a lot of advantages of learning another language as: help your kid learns to communicate in the language and develops an understanding that there is more than one way to interact with people. Help your kid develops an understanding and respect for other cultures, people, their ideas and ways of thinking.

Learn Art Courses

Kids can be very creative by using their imagination. You just have to know about your child’s interest and hobbies and support him for the same. There are various after school activities offered in Whittier elementary schools that include playing musical instruments, dancing, acting, painting, drawing, singing and writing and more, especially the coloring pages activities. The process of coloring can help kids improve their motor skills. This is due to the fact that the motions involved in coloring, such as scribbling with crayons, pencils or markers and learning to grip those tools correctly, help kids strengthen the muscles in their fingers, wrists, and hands. By developing fine motor skills, kids can easily learn to write and manipulate various small objects.

Learn physical activities

There are a lot of the physical activities such as sports, yoga, dance or martial arts etc. Regular exercise often makes your kids feel more energetic, allows them to be more active, and reduces the likelihood that they'll tire during the day. In addition, it will help your kid to fight obesity, the weight loss that accompanies exercise can also cause kids to feel better about themselves. Health and fitness begin at home so you need to make the workout a goal for each member in your family.

Scientific Explorer

Science experiments are an incredibly effective means of getting children interacting with the world around them, both inside and outside the classroom. Allow your little one to explore nature and make him take part in several scientific experiments on his own. Children often get thrilled with problem-solving: for example, how will I melt the ice? Especially children favorite learn about all information of the prehistoric dinosaurs. Some kids like outdoor activities such as gardening, hiking, and exploring science museums.

Making crafts.

They also like to be self-educated and creative. Many shops offer handcrafted items that parents simply purchase and bring back to their children. This craftsmanship is inexpensive and brings joy to both parents and children.

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