Vietnamese parents hunt for extracurricular classes for kids

 Some parents are seeking extracurricular classes including piano, painting, swimming, martial art, and ballet dancing for their children apart from formal classes and after-school classes for further knowledge and high marks at school.  


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A boy is learning to play piano for relaxation after stressful school hours


These classes are aimed to provide kids with relaxation after stressful school hours, arouse their creativity, and improve emotional development. Realizing the benefits, a large number of parents have paid more attention to these classes and hunt for art talent training centers for their kids. Therefore, more and more artistic training centers are open to catch up with parents’ trend and offer numerous creative activities for children to discover the world around.

Parents can take their kids to the Magic Arts Center at 183 Hoa Lan Street in HCMC’s Phu Nhuan District to learn painting. This is the short-term fine arts training center with courses designed for various groups of people, especially for kids from 4 to 18 years old.

The center has abundant learning programs depending on learners’ needs such as Magic Studio, Glass Painting Class, Ceramic Painting Class, and Clay for Kids.

For many parents who want their kids to be exposed to music at an early age, the Armuli Music Center is an ideal choice with well-experienced instructors and friendly learning environment. Parents can take their children to learn to play the piano at 176 Tran Nao Street, Binh An Ward, in District 2.

In addition, a Bento cooking class taking place on weekends at 29 No.47 Street, Binh Thuan Ward in District 7 is now attractive to many housewives and young kids. The Japanese-style bento cooking is a special trait of the country. Phan Sac Cam Ly, the instructor of the class, has made all efforts to learn and write books to share experiences for making colorful and charming lunch boxes of bento, a single-portion takeout or home-packed meal common in Japanese cuisine.

Furthermore, parents can find a special school at Toa Tau (train carriage) located at 632 Dien Bien Phu Street, Binh Thanh District, HCMC. The school offers profuse artistic classes in various fields including painting, photographing, dancing, music, Origami paper art, and film-making. In addition, weekly artclub meetings are available at Toa Tau, which are designed for busy families for relaxation on weekends. 

Besides, many parents encourage their children to participate in a weekly scouting class on Sunday at Tao Dan Park in District 1 in order to equip them with living skills.

After the class, children can improve mental and physical health and become more confident and sociable.

SGT

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