The extract below was taken from an article written by Jennifer Jean Miller
Children of all ages benefit from extra-curricular activities. They can help children to develop socially, emotionally, scholastically and physically. Activities increase a child's confidence levels and teach them responsibility and discipline. They can help children to hone in on their specific interests and fine-tune skills, which can help develop hobbies. These hobbies, in turn, can pave the way for their future goals, dreams, activities and, in some cases, career.
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