Fine arts should be in the school curriculum in middle school and high school.
There are many children who, when they come to school, like to stay since there are programs of the fine arts. Whether its choir, band, or orchestra, kids look forward to it and we shouldn’t take that away from them. With these kinds of classes, it can teach kids how to work well with others and it makes them show off their skills while learning from other demonstrations. They develop good concentration skills. When a student does well in something we give them positive reinforcement or a reward and the fine arts are always encouraging kids. Having the arts make them more creative, students develop their own rhythm and earn a lot about themselves through the music. It boosts their creativity levels. The arts off a lot of ways to learn other things.
They offer a higher level of thinking that can carry over when learning other subjects and things in life. It teaches the student to develop critical intellectual skills, it makes them think and observe, and figure out how they interrupt the things in their life and the perspectives of other people. As students learn to read notes, compose music, play an instrument, learn dance steps, create a painting, act in a drama, they are also learning how to develop new concepts, build vocabulary, and learn a new language. Children develop a passion for it and they grow and improve as they are learning new things. They have something that they can go to when they get bored and can always be productive with it. As surprising as it may sound it can help a student learn mathematics.
How is that? When it comes to the arts you have to know proportional thinking and number manipulation. They learn patterns such as musical rhythms or a certain dance pattern. A report by Americans for the Arts states that young people who participate regularly in the arts (three hours a day for three days a week) are four times more likely to be recognized for academic achievement, to participate in a math and science fair or to win an award for writing an essay or poem than children who do not participate. It allows students to feel like they are in their own world with a community of people who share the same things as them.
Working with other people teaches them teamwork and who to work well with others. As they work together they learn