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How does playing sports help my child?

There are many ways that children can benefit from playing sports from a young age:
  • Physical exercise makes them fitter and healthier.
  • Helps to understand the importance of teamwork and coordination.
  • Become stronger and more competitive, rather than submissive and meek.
  • They learn to respect others
  • They become more communicative and outgoing
  • Sport boosts self esteem and exposes children to  to people and different situations
  • Sport teaches about the importance of working hard

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A lot of parents worry about how safe sports are but the benefits far outweigh any downsides.
Some children don’t have the basic physical skills for some sports. Being unable to master a particular skill or activity can make a child feel like a failure. 
The best way to encourage your child to be active is to be active yourself.
Most two year olds are filled with energy and on the move constantly; however, some toddlers are just not that interested in physical activity. This is where a parent must step in and provide activities to get their toddler up and moving.

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