Initiation of an investigation. Nothing can overcome the power of information. Responding to the school authorities first. Find out if they do not offer extracurricular activities. Get a list of different available classes in your school. If the school does not offer extracurricular activities for children, dealing with its neighbors. Collect information on all after-school programs, quality of courses and schedules, etc. Also, check out some of the funds. These may include places of worship, community centers, museums, libraries, the YMCA, boys and girls club, etc.
Having collected all the necessary information, discuss options with your child. Find out what your interests are. The best way to find out what is best to ask your child. For young children are too small, they can not rely on your feedback. In this case, following the development of the child regularly. If the child shows resistance to excessive activity, may be necessary to seek other options. Always consider the family's schedule in planning curricular activities. If it is difficult for you to chauffeur your child, you can employ tutors at home or doing any activity in their own home.