Today on the podcast we’re continuing with our Kids Activity Series with the Benefits of Acting for you child.
[1:03] In today’s episode, we’re going to take stories one step further and talk about acting and the many benefits this art form has for your kids and for you!
[1:32] Yong’s Journey into acting
[3:47] Interestingly, public speaking is one of the top fears of adults.
[4:14] To address my own fears of public speaking, I joined a local Toastmasters group.
[4:35] What I’ve learned through Toastmasters is that…
[5:43] It’s not often that kids are allowed to express themselves and continue to use their imaginations in productive ways. The same could be said about us adults.
[6:59] I’d like to share an idea you can use at home or anywhere else to foster these skills.
[7:21] My favorite way to act and teach my kids about public speaking is through something called Storybook theatre.
[8:13] While this process of acting with your kids may feel a bit uncomfortable in the beginning, you’ll soon come to discover its joy.
[9:34] Acting out the characters in a book can inspire new ideas, new story lines, or even new books that can be published!
[10:28] Helping our kids grow their minds through acting and developing into confident, creative, and productive citizens that are great communicators is what we dream for our kids.
I wanted to thank you for listening to this podcast and want to hear about your success stories. Shoot me an email and tell me about how you’ve incorporated and been impacted by the tips, tricks, and advice from our guests.
I want to give you a gift for listening to the podcast – the first 2 chapters of my book, Raising A Superhero: How to Unleash Your Child’s 8 Super Powers and Propel Learning Through the Arts.