It’s always been told that extracurricular activities are the best way to help children develop their individual personality, cut down on emotional stress, and enhance social or academic skills that could benefit them in the future.
Promoting healthy hobbies
Boosting academic performance
Creating a healthier life and social skills
Encouraging a bright future
Helps in promoting healthier hobbies
Sense of commitment and responsibility
Betterment of time management
Exposure to new topics
Enabling social skills
Helps children develop passion towards a particular field
Understanding of practical issues around them
Creating a new social network
Enables them to have broader perspectives of every activity
Social opportunities like expanding your circle of friends
Essential life skills can be developed such as teamwork, leadership, public speaking
Stimulate, inspire and improve motivation.
Develop the ability to deal with uncertainty.
Provide challenges and the opportunity to take acceptable levels of risk.
Hence giving responsibility to young people for achieving these outcomes, helps them to learn from their successes and failures.