Thursday, May 27, 2010

Kidzmet for all your Childs Creative and Sports Activities

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of KidzmetJen. All opinions are 100% mine.

During the past year, it is sad to say, the public school system has let down a lot of children and parents when it comes to music programs, art programs and sports programs. Sadly, these curricula, or magnet programs, are being reduced or cut altogether from public schools all over the United States, coast to coast.

This has left parents and their children to wonder, what will they do spark their creativity in the classroom and outdoors on the playing fields. Well, parents and children no longer have to wonder, parents will just step up to the plate and provide for their children in these areas, where the public schools no longer can.

If the public school system can not fund these classes, parents can now do so by looking for creative class like ballet, dance, art, music and outdoor sports like soccer, volleyball, football, basketball and track and field on their own.

Now, even though this seems to be the case these days, parents are not really on their own. This is where comes in. At the website, parents are able to type in their cities zip code, child's age, class type, how many miles a parent is willing to drive for an activity, a parent can type in a particular school they are looking for, how many days of the week they want their child to be involved in a creative class or outdoor sport, when the class should start and if your child has a special need, a sibling attending and a parent/child class.

The Kidzmet.come website can also give advice and ideas for parents to use, there is an assessment test for your child, choosing the right sport for your child and selecting the right instrument for your child as well. This is a one stop youth creative and sports website for parents and children. This website should definitely not be passed up.

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1 comment:

  1. I plan on homeschooling my son, so it is good to have something like this at my disposal. It is not my intention to shelter him at all, so I want him to have as many opportunities to get involved as he could possibly desire. Thank you for this info!