ArtsWondering if your child should pursue arts as a career? Or is your child finding it difficult in learning it? Join our discussion to clear your doubts, share your stories, know from our experts and explore more tips and learning methods that can help...
Meena PJun 12, 2019
@Team ParentCircle It is our duty as teachers and parents to nurture such talent. Academic performance alone is not a yardstick to understand a child's capabilities and interests. We have to make a conscious effort to allow our children to explore and experiment. Only then can we have confident individuals who have the motivation to make a mark for themselves!Reply
Roopa MApr 10, 2019
@Komal Kriti Sharma You are already on the right track. It's nice of you to encourage and find/recognize his talents and interests. Enjoy these special moments with him by letting him play with colours, and help him and teach him all that you know. Today’s kids are so fortunate to have internet at their fingertips. It’s great that he is learning and watching something worthwhile. Art plays a major role in a child’s development in many ways. Colouring/painting or any kind of creative work helps children improve their motor sills, confidence, and concentration. Children feel happy to work with colours and express themselves, and this has a huge impact on their mood. All these qualities also help them in academic success. Find him a good teacher who will connect with him, teach him lessons and also inspire him to be successful. He can also be certified to teach later in life. All the Best!:)Reply
Meena PApr 17, 2019
@Komal Kriti Sharma It is so encouraging to see that as a parent you are allowing your son to develop an interest in Classical Dance. I have seen so many parents reprimand their sons if they wish to pursue the performing arts. Reasons for such behaviour range from the prevalent stereotype that dance is for women, to arguing that performing arts is not a lucrative career prospect. However, Classical dance or music, instills discipline in children, it helps them become better learners and contributes immensely to their holistic development as individuals. Kudos to you for letting your son enjoy his childhood and explore the world with joy!Reply