Early Childhood After-School Activities

Written by BFIS Staff

BFIS School recognizes the importance of early childhood after-school activities in the overall development of young children. These activities not only provide a fun and engaging way for children to spend their time after school, but they also help develop important skills such as teamwork, leadership, and creativity.

At BFIS School, we offer a variety of after-school programs specifically designed for our youngest students to help them grow and learn outside of the classroom.

Our early childhood after-school programs are led by experienced teachers who are passionate about providing a nurturing and stimulating environment where children can explore new interests and build friendships with their peers.


Swimming is an excellent activity for young children to participate in, especially as an after-school activity. Swimming provides numerous physical and mental benefits that are crucial for early childhood development.

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends swimming lessons for children as young as one year old, emphasizing the importance of water safety.

Swimming provides a low-impact workout that promotes cardiovascular health and muscle development without putting stress on joints. It also improves coordination, balance, and flexibility. Additionally, swimming can boost a child’s confidence and self-esteem by showing them what they are capable of achieving through hard work and practice.

As an after-school activity, swimming can provide a fun way to expend energy while learning new skills. Swim lessons also offer a social aspect where children can interact with peers in a safe environment under the guidance of trained instructors.


Multisports involves participating in a variety of sports and activities, which allows children to explore their interests while developing various skills.

Multisports programs typically offer a range of activities such as soccer, basketball, gymnastics, and dance. These programs are designed to provide children with an opportunity to try different sports without the pressure of specializing in one particular discipline at an early age.

This also allows children to develop multiple skill sets that can be applied across different sports or activities.

Research has shown that multisports programs can have significant positive effects on children’s physical health. Regular exercise helps to prevent obesity and other related health problems such as heart disease and diabetes.

ASA Multisports

3D Art and Design

3D art and design have become increasingly popular for young children as an after-school activity. This creative outlet allows children to explore their imagination while also developing their critical thinking skills. By engaging in 3D art and design, children can learn about spatial awareness, math concepts such as geometry, and problem-solving.

There are various tools available for early childhood 3D art and design activities, including play dough, modeling clay, and even digital software programs. These tools allow children to create three-dimensional sculptures or designs that they can physically manipulate and observe from different angles.

Children can also experiment with color theory by mixing different colors of the materials they use. In addition to providing a fun activity for children, 3D art and design can help them develop skills that will benefit them academically and professionally later in life.

Music and Movement

Music and movement activities are a great way to keep children engaged, active, and learning outside of school hours. These after-school activities can help children develop their cognitive, social-emotional, and physical skills in fun and enjoyable ways.

Music and movement programs often include activities such as singing songs, dancing to music, playing instruments, and creative movement exercises. Research has shown that music and movement can have positive effects on children’s brain development.

For example, these types of activities have been shown to enhance language development by improving phonological awareness skills. They also help develop fine motor skills through instrument playing or finger movements during dance routines.

Additionally, group singing or dancing provides opportunities for social interaction among peers which is essential for the development of social-emotional skills.

Overall, early childhood after-school programs that incorporate music and movement provide an excellent opportunity for children to explore their creativity while developing important developmental skills.

Early Childhood

Early Morning Drop Off

This service is designed to cater to parents who need to leave their little ones at school before work hours. This program allows children to participate in supervised and constructive activities, ensuring that they are safe and engaged until their school day begins.

The early morning drop-off program provides several benefits for both parents and children. Parents can experience peace of mind knowing that their child is being cared for by trained professionals while they attend work or run errands. For children, this program provides an opportunity to socialize with peers and develop crucial skills such as teamwork, problem-solving, and emotional regulation while engaging in fun activities


In conclusion, BFIS school offers a wide variety of after-school activities for early childhood students to choose from. These activities are designed to enhance their cognitive and physical development as well as stimulate their creativity and social skills.

With highly qualified instructors and a safe environment, parents can be assured that their children are in good hands while enjoying the benefits of these programs.

We encourage parents to explore the various options available and enroll their children in an activity that best suits their interests and needs. Give your child the opportunity to learn new skills, make new friends, and have fun after school at BFIS!

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