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When your child dances, a world of possibilities opens up. You can see it on their face and you can see it in their smile. On the surface, learning to dance is a great way to have fun, burn some energy, and learn about movement. But deeper down, dancing helps to build confidence and self-esteem.

In particular, dancing builds confidence in children by:

  • Giving them a natural boost of energy and an overall feeling of well-being that lasts long after their dance shoes come off.
  • Helping them to feel strong, fit, capable, and in control of their body.
  • Providing an opportunity to meet new children and developed new friendships over a shared love of dance.
  • Creating special memories that will last a lifetime.
  • Providing opportunities to be celebrated, congratulated, and encouraged by those who love them.
  • Offering up a space to have fun, relax, and relieve anxieties.

You can help build confidence in your child by encouraging them and praising their efforts, celebrating their achievements, and showing them how proud you are by taking an active interest in their dancing experience.

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