You have recently bought a house in wenvoe and are about to move there soon, you know nothing about the city, you don't want to give the impression to your children that you too are a bit lost, you want your children to adapt to their new life, new school, etc... What can you do about it?
The best solution is to let the children decide what they want, and it's up to you to support them in what they do. Like any good parent, you want to give your child the best tools to develop his human, artistic and professional potential.
He or she loves music and his or her movements are well coordinated? Dance seems to you to be a beautiful approach. How to choose a class?
First, find out about schools near your home. Ask about the types of classes, schedules, fees, and teacher training.
Ask to observe a class, if possible with your child, so that you can see how your child reacts to the class. If your child is sceptical, this may be due to his or her insecurity about what is new. Try to give your child a trial lesson so that he or she can experience it first hand. The experience of this course will not determine whether he or she likes it, but will facilitate his or her integration into the group and, subsequently, create a sense of belonging.
Next, the frequency will have to be evaluated. It must correspond to your availability and your child's attachment to this course. It is better to start slowly, where the pleasure is renewed each week, than to give an intensive training that discourages or bores him. Progress will only be better because it is done with pleasure.
It is very important to check the physical requirements proposed to your child. If your child complains of back, hip and leg pain after class, it is important to inform the teacher so that she can adjust her exercises and requirements with your child.
Nighttime pain, especially in the shins, requires special attention in any form of training at the time of growth. I will talk about it in my next post.