Improved Academic Performance - Several studies have shown that students who participate in extracurricular or co-curricular activities have a marked improvement in academic grades.
Development of useful skill - Students who participate in social groups at school are more likely to have valuable abilities that will be useful in the future.
Social Opportunities - Being part of a group with extracurricular activities offers an opportunity for children to interact with others with similar interests. This also expands their social network and potentially builds friendships outside of their usual circle.
Higher self-esteem - Extracurricular activities can keep children afloat with positive self-esteem. When children achieve success through the activities they are passionate about, their self-confidence will improve.
Learn Time Management - When children participate in extra-curricular activities, they try to balance their academic workload and their own interests. This will help children learn time management skills and prioritize work.
Look good on resumes - Success in activities outside the academic curriculum is great to include on a resume as evidence of well-rounded interests and skills.
Learn essential life skills - One of the top benefits of extracurricular activities is that children learn important skills that include goal setting, teamwork, critical thinking, and public speaking.
Enhances the sense of commitment - Extracurricular activities are the best way to develop the ability to fulfill commitments. Students who participate in activities beyond the academic curriculum dedicate their time and manage the school work as well as co-curricular works.
Introduction to new views - Students who engage in extracurricular activities are exposed to new activities and also allow them to explore an interest in more depth.
Personal growth and development - Research studies suggest that extracurricular activities, help children learn to take care of their friends. However, children develop this attitude gradually with time because in extra-curricular activities they get a chance to be involved in a team with their peers.