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How to Motivate Kids in Extra Curricular Activities.

We are in an era of modern technology and video games and this has played a huge part in making kids not to engage in extra curriculum activities and too much of technology is harmful to young children.

The benefits of motivating your children to have extra curriculum activities is because they will upgrade their motivation in their skills and self-esteem, they will attain better grades and most of all they will not be at risk to be obese.

Of your child loves to engage in fantasy games, match that with their extra curriculum activities, like taking them to acting classes and create an outlet for his creativity or if they have a competitive side, enroll them in a soccer school.

The best thing as a parent to do is to do extra research and see which schools are offering the extracurricular activities that go in line with what your child loves and then you can enroll them there.

If you do your research well you will have a chance to come across schools that offer drama lessons and a whole wide range of activities that are interesting to your child and this will help them in the future.

Another thing is to motivate your children, motivate them to follow their dream and in whatever they are doing that is maki9ng them feel better, if the love music enroll them in Music school and the good this is that you are able to try the trial and error method and see if that is what they love.

Always ask your children what they have learn and why they are excited to learn the course and what they hope you become in the future, this enables the children to be active and also reinforces their skills.

Ensure that your kids time is well balanced and this means they are well motivated because some kids may have a hard time balancing school and extracurricular activities and also ensure they are not stuffed with activities more than they can handle.

The kid might not feel the connection after some time being in a certain activity, do not allow your child to be a quitter, rather encourage and motivate them to push on harder and if they dislike it completely allow them to change their mind and give them another chance to explore other activities.

Also be positive and supportive in allow that they have chosen to follow, if the activity does not interest you, it is important that you do not show that to them but rather encourage the kids.