Any benefit of speech & drama for 3.5 year old

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indiana7 Sun 26-Jun-16 22:42:36

Hi, I think my 3.5 year old would love drama, she is really into make believe, always making up her own shows & generally quite confident. She does ballet & gymnastics & thrives in structured environments (always hated mother & toddlers as it wasn't structured, dd2 is the opposite she's allergic to structured classes!!!) theres a little speech & drama class starting in September she'll be 3 & 8 months, it's inexpensive & aimed at 3-5 year olds, I think she'd enjoy it & she said she'd like to give it a try. I'm just wondering if anyone could tell me the benefits or what your kids gained from drama at an early age. Thanks

TrollTheRespawnJeremy Sun 26-Jun-16 22:46:39

Well, at 3.5 it's more about confidence building and working with others.
It's a bit of a tall order to expect that age group to work together improvisationally.

Go for it, if it's cheap and you have nothing to lose, the worst thing tat can happen is that your DD doesnt enjoy it but there's 10000000's of options out there for her.

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