the world's a stage

November 2012
Scholastic Parent & Child;Nov2012, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p68
The article discusses the importance of getting children involved in the performing arts. It states that getting them on stage can enrich their life in all sorts of surprising ways. It outlines the beneficial effects including the boost of self-esteem, enhance their way of expressing new emotions and becoming masters of their anxiety. In addition, their exposure to performing arts will also lead to a new way of thinking and doing.


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