As times change, many parents are being encouraged to enrol their children in applied improv classes. Improv helps alleviate levels of depression or anxiety in adults. But why is it not a common lesson for children from a young age? While we have a limited answer to that question, in this comprehensive article we’ll reveal solutions to the reason why you need to involve your child in applied improv from an early age. 1. Enhances Brain Growth Our brains have quite an extraordinary [...]
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