5 Ways Parents Can Help Boost a Child’s Self-Esteem

  Helping boost your child’s self-esteem is one of the greatest and most beneficial things a parent can do! At Drama Kids International, we specialize in helping children develop and grow life skills such as creative thinking, leadership, and public speaking, as well as helping them discover ways to build up their self-confidence and self-esteem. […]

The Impacts of Bullying on Kids

  At Drama Kids International, we are passionate about the anti-bullying movement, which is evident with our ACT UP! to Stop Bullying initiative. Why are we so determined to help bring an end to bullying? Because we know the impact it has on kids! Bullying is linked to a multitude of negative outcomes, including impacting […]

Enjoying Valentine’s Day the Drama Kids Way

  Valentine’s Day will be here in just two weeks, and our team at Drama Kids International can’t think of a better valentine to give than one that will help children appreciate and enjoy Feb. 14! A holiday that can make even adults anxious, Valentine’s Day can, unfortunately, have the same influence on children. But […]

Laughter—It’s Good for the Soul

  When was the last time you laughed at yourself? Better question— when was the last time your children laughed at themselves? Humor is a fundamental item in the world of drama and especially useful in our Drama Kids International programs. Not only is laughter good for the soul, but being able to laugh at […]

The Many Benefits of Improv for Children

  At Drama Kids International, we are continually seeing the benefits drama classes can have for children. You may not know it, but our fun, fast-paced, developmental curriculum consists of more than 450 unique lesson plans – which feature various activities that aid your child in very specific ways. From class plays, scene starters and mini-snippets […]

The Dangerous Impacts of Smartphones for Teenagers

  “I think we like our phones more than we like actual people.” Take a moment to let those words sink in, the words of a 13-year-old girl who is growing up in a generation that has never lived without the Internet or without smartphones. A generation that according to Dr. Jean M. Twenge, has […]