Archery is one of the oldest arts and a sport that is still practiced in many part of the world.The earliest evidence of archery dates back to the late Paleolithic period, around 10,000 BC, when the Egyptian and neighboring Nubian cultures used bows and arrows archery for hunting and warfare.
In China, archery goes as far back as the Shang dynasty 1766-1027 BC and it is the Chinese who introduced this art to Japan.
Archery is the quickest confidence building sport for children. Its greatest impact is felt on the development of hand-eye coordination, which also improves the ability to focus better by aiming and firing the arrows. It helps children build a healthy self-esteem, improves their patience and presence of mind and offers them a sense of accomplishment.
Perseverance can help children steadily improve their skills in archery and can also provide a positive outlet for a competitive kid. Archery is a splendid avenue for kids to develop new relationships like mentor/mentee relationships and acquaintances of all ages.
Art House looks at this sport as a refined and mindful approach to child development.