Creative art activities can help children in all areas of development. Child care providers should plan creative activities with the child’s overall development in mind. Here are some ways that art activities can support young children’s development.
This is something every parent should live by:
It’s been known that child prodigies come from all aspects of life around the globe. Got Talent Global put together a video of some of the most talented child prodigies from the TV series Got Talent from over the years. Take a look and see what kind of talent these kids really have.
Do you have a talented kid? How much should you push them to keep working at their talent? According to John Stone, music teacher at Barrenjoey High School on Sydney, Australia’s Northern Beaches and father to the folk pop Australian-duo Angus and Julia Stone, “that they have to do it on their own.”
This is a cute, must watch video of a baby waiting for her favorite song to come on the radio!
Meet 8-year-old Kevin Tellez and 6-year-old Beberly Devers. Their fancy salsa footwork caught the world’s attention at a salsa congress in Israel. The kids get their training at a dance studio in New Jersey and they’ve already won a world championship competition for their age group. Now, they’re going viral.
What a dance by a chubby Korean baby!
Bars & Melody combine cuteness and originality, charming the Britain’s Got Talent audience with their skills in a song about anti-bullying.
This is video of two year old William Stokkebroe dancing the “Pablo Doble.” Pretty talented kid with impressive skills.
Many parents these days are overloaded with their chores at home as well as their professional responsibilities. Often, it is easier to plunk your child in front of the television rather than taking the time to play with him or her. The television tactic usually keeps your child happy and most importantly quiet – in fact just sedated enough to help you get things done around the house!