Preschool Production 2024: The Magic Lamp

Boosting children’s confidence can take various forms, but we find that activities like dance, drama, or acrobatics are particularly effective, as they provide a platform for children to shine through performance.

Engaging in these activities not only allows children to showcase their talents but also fosters the development of self-esteem, self-awareness, and problem-solving abilities. As children immerse themselves in these pursuits, their confidence naturally grows. Contrary to common belief, performers aren’t necessarily born with confidence; rather, it’s cultivated over time through stepping outside one’s comfort zone, taking action, and honing specific skills—a phenomenon known as the confidence-competence loop.

In March this year, our preschoolers had the opportunity to demonstrate their abilities in dance, singing, and acting during our annual school production, “The Magic Lamp.” This event served as a wonderful platform for children to exhibit their talents with confidence before an audience. Through their participation in the play, the children not only showcased their performance skills but also engaged as inquirers, gaining insights into different cultures. The experience not only enhanced their critical thinking and communication skills but also underscored the importance of maintaining balance between hard work and enjoyment.

We applaud our children for demonstrating qualities such as risk-taking, open-mindedness, and principled behavior as they exhibited confidence onstage. Moreover, they learned valuable lessons in empathy, compassion, and kindness towards others—a testament to their holistic development.


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