3 ways dance can benefit your child’s development

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Most children are always brimming with movement, which is why the the kids dance classes at Motion Control Dance are so exciting for children living in the Vale of Glamorgan. In addition to giving your little one the chance to enjoy great music and instruction from skilled, enthusiastic teachers, dance classes have been shown to benefit early development in several other ways.

3 Ways Kids’ Dance Classes Benefit Early Development

1. Dance Promotes Social Skills

At Motion Control Dance our classes are based upon a three-pronged teaching style that promotes sharing, teamwork, leadership, and cooperation during kids’ dance classes. Students learn how to listen to instructions, work together, and share—all important social skills that will follow your child throughout their lives.

2. Kids Have Fun While They Exercise

Between school and the lure of video games at home, your child has lots of opportunities to sit still. One of the best things about bringing your little one to the kids’ dance classes at Motion Control Dance is they have the chance to have fun while they exercise. Fostering an early love for movement is crucial for warding off childhood obesity and poor lifestyle habits. During the dance classes at the Motion Control Dance, kids develop strength, flexibility, balance, and coordination through a variety of fun dance moves and routines.

3. Dance Positively Impacts The Brain

During the early years of a child’s life, their brain is busy growing and building connections.  Kids’ dance classes encourage early brain growth by teaching children concentration, hand-eye coordination, confidence, and quick decision-making skills.

Improve your child’s health and social skills by enrolling them in a dance class at Motion Control Dance where we are dedicated to your child’s happiness and development. To learn more or sign up, visit them at online or contact them 07725 038778.

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