Children Participation at Dance Competition

Child development experts point out that a little healthy competition can be good for kids. Besides setting them up for wins and losses later in life. Competitive activities help them develop important skills they’ll use well into adulthood, like taking turns, developing empathy, and tenacity.

“Competition helps kids learn that it is not always the best or the brightest who are successful, but rather those that work hard and stick with it,” says Timothy Gunn, Psy.D., a pediatric neuropsychologist, owner of Gunn Psychological Services, Inc.

 

Children’s Participation at the Dance organized by Film Development Board, Kathmandu
Our Girls with Judges and Chief Guests