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IMPROVE CONCENTRATION AND MOTOR SKILLS THROUGH PLAYING GUITAR

As one of many Co-Curricular Activities at SNA, Guitar is not simply a hobby with entertaining values, but it also brings many benefits both intellectually and academically.

Learning the guitar will help your child develop their concentration skills, due to having to focus on a specific task over extended periods of time. Moreover, practicing guitar has been shown to improve hand-eye coordination. Children develop important motor skills, similar to when they take part in certain sports activities.
At SNA, the Co-Curricular Activities are carried on throughout the school year. Students are able to select the most suitable space & activity to hone their skills and relieve stress after school.
? To learn more about the Co-Curricular Activities at SNA, please contact hotline 0964 466 014 or Inbox http://m.me/snavietnam.

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