5 Reasons to Send Your Child to Arts Summer Camp

By MySummerCamps.com

Summer camp is a place where children and teens are able to explore, mature, and define their character. Kids learn to work together with others and communicate their thoughts and feelings in their own unique way. Arts summer camps help kids discover their voices and find vision and inspiration.

There are so many great reasons to send your child to summer art camp. The following are just a few:

1) Fun and Lifelong Memories 
Summer Art Camp is by far one of the most creative and enriching options available. Most kids await summer camp with anticipation, excitement, and joy, knowing that the summer holds days filled with games, activities, and new experiences.

Imagination is an essential part of a child's life. Girls and boys alike respond best when encouraged to dream, wish, and pretend. Arts summer camps encourage children to expand and communicate their imagination. Music, visual arts, theater, crafts and other summer camp programs are specifically geared towards creating a safe, supportive, environment where kids can artistically grow.   

2) Creative Exercises Help the Mind Develop
Summer Art Camp is a place where children will discover their talents, interests, and passions. Shy children or kids with low self-esteems can excel in the arts while gaining confidence in their own creativity.

Creativity in the classroom has been proven to improve brain development, along with physical movement. The body and mind must both be engaged on a regular basis in order for kids to grow up healthy and strong. Arts summer camps provide both of these essential experiences. The time spent outdoors combined with the opportunity to creatively express ideas and thoughts via music, acting, dancing, painting, etc makes arts summer camps the prime place for children and teens to develop healthy behaviors and coping mechanisms.

3) Self Expression: an Important Part of Personal Growth
One of the most valuable skills a child can develop is the ability to clearly communicate.  Arts and crafts can help kids develop the skills necessary to share their ideas, thoughts, and emotions. Self expression is something all humans need to develop; and, there are many ways to explore this aspect of one's self. Arts summer camps give kids a variety of mediums through which to express all kinds of inner dialogues. In the future, this will allow them to continue to learn new ways of expressing and sharing themselves with others.

4) Teaches and Nurtures Responsibility
Ever battle with your child to get him/her to make his/or her bed or clean up their room? Eat breakfast? Pick up after himself? Summer Art Camp will require your child to organize their personal items, contribute to group chores, maintain his personal space, and follow a set schedule.

5) Education Opportunities
Summer Art Camp offers a variety of educational opportunities with its core curriculum approach to imaginative learning. Rather than spending three months completely removed from academics, summer art camp creates many opportunities for hands-on learning as well as more formal instruction, ensuring a smooth transition back to school.

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