According to most parents, a student must attend all kinds of circles and sections. The main thing is to have time to stop in time and try not to get into the well-known situation “drama club, photo circle, and I also want to sing”, clearly defining what exactly your child should do after school.
According to most parents, a student must attend all kinds of circles and sections. It is important for one that the child does not hang out after school anywhere, while they themselves are at work. Others are ready to devote their lives to raising an Olympic champion or winner of international music competitions in their family. And even better as a champion and a musician at the same time. The main thing is to have time to stop in time and try not to get into the well-known situation “drama club, photo circle, and I also want to sing”, clearly defining what exactly your child should do after school.
HOW TO FIND THE GOLDEN MEAN?
WHERE TO LOOK?
If, for some reason, school circles didn’t suit you, there is another way - “specialized” studios (dance and sports clubs, speed reading schools, stations for young technicians, ikebana clubs, foreign language courses, etc.) and "diversified" houses of children's and youth creativity (in our childhood they were called houses of pioneers). The road to the studio should not take longer than the lesson itself, otherwise the child will get tired during the journey so that the lesson will lose all meaning for him.
The "gentleman's" set in such institutions is almost the same everywhere: foreign languages, art, needlework (embroidery, beadwork, macrame, soft toys are especially popular), music (choir), choreography, gymnastics, studying the world around, chess, photography, technical creativity (aviation, ship modeling, radio engineering laboratories, etc.). Sometimes, depending on the region, folk crafts are also taught to children. Special demand has now appeared for teaching computer literacy, the basics of programming (for example, the Otradnoye children's and youth center specializes in this area). And in the Moscow City Palace of Creativity for Children and Youth there is a club for young sailors, a school for shooting sports, a center for social professions for high school students (the school of economics and entrepreneurship, a school for future psychologists, etc.), the Young Paratrooper club, a section of martial arts, a driving school and even its own press center, where they study journalism, diplomacy, country studies.
They say the he althiest sport is swimming. One lesson costs from 50 to 150 rubles, but all pools have a discount system, so it's cheaper to buy a subscription. A very popular sport among modern children is horse riding. Usually teenagers are taken there from the age of eleven or twelve. One hour at equestrian bases costs from 200 to 350 rubles, on weekends, as a rule, it is more expensive. And in the Bitsa equestrian club there is also a pony club, where children are accepted from the age of seven.
However, no matter what circle you choose, carefully monitor the reaction of the child. If he comes out of there inspired and looking forward to the next class, you are on the right track. If it turned out to be “typically wrong”, then it is better to continue the search than to engage in an uninteresting business. Do not be afraid of experiments and non-standard solutions!