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How To Make Your Kids Love Sports

How To Get Your Kids To Enjoy Sports

With childhood obesity reaching alarming rates, kids need to exercise more. But with the advent of travel teams and specialization in a single sport -- not to mention overly excited parents and coaches patrolling the sidelines -- many youngsters a...

Helping Your Child Achieve In Sport - Fifty Things You Can Do

Fifty tips for parents of young athletes, to help them get the most out of their chosen sport.   Love them unconditionally. Support their coach. Accept that they can not win every time they compete. Allow them to be a kid and to have fun. Help the...

'My Son Refuses To Play Team Sports'

I want my son to play team sports like I did so he will develop self esteem, but he doesn't want to. He played basketball and soccer until he was 8 years old but now he says he never liked it and doesn't want to go. He is a quiet boy and doesn't m...

Teach Your Child To Love A Sport

It didn't take long for my son to find his bliss. At 2, Eric loved taking swimming classes. By 3, when I gave him the choice of going to the pool or playing at the park the water always won. By his fourth birthday he could swim basic freestyle and...

How Not To Kill Your Kid's Love Of Sports

Katie Roper's daughter Ellen likes to play lots of sports--soccer, basketball, softball and swimming. But even at Ellen's tender age of nine, that's getting hard to do. Kids in her swim program are dropping other sports to specialize in competitiv...

Keep It Fun! Your Kids Will Love Sports

As parents we all have our reasons when we sign our child up for their first season of youth sports. Maybe we want them to make new friends, play a sport we loved as kids, or get them more active. And while most kids will try a season or two of sp...

How To Teach Football To Children

Explaining football and teaching the game to children appears to be a daunting task. There are rules, positions and game strategies to consider. However, if you take the time to break it down slowly and the children you are teaching are interested...

7 Things Parents Do To Make Their Kids Hate Sports

Sports can be great for kids as long as you don’t do these 7 things parents do to make their kids hate sports. Check out these tips for kids in sports.

Teaching Children To Love Exercise Is Crucial

"Dad, when we wake up tomorrow morning, can we please do some push-ups and some exercises?" These are the last words my six-year old daughter whispered to me on Sunday night before giving me a kiss and falling asleep, exhausted after we had been s...

The Best Ways To Teach Your 4-Year-Old Son To Play Golf

Earl Woods began training his son Tiger to play golf at the tender age of 10 months. Tiger was swinging a golf club before he could walk. Not every child is a golf prodigy destined for greatness, though. Golf is a frustrating sport that takes year...

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These 3 Games Will Make Your Kids Love Sports

Sportball is a non competitive sports program intended for kids 3 to 10 years of age. Here are three games they teach that can help get your kids moving at h...

Why Your Kid Must Play Sport?

You want your child to be active and to have fun. Research shows that’s exactly what they want, too. A Michigan State University study asked boys and girls aged 10 to 12 why they played sports. Here are the top five reasons they gave: 1. To have f...

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How To Teach Your Kids To Play Basketball

Basketball is always fun to play. It is a sport where your child can enjoy the game while also working out his muscle simultaneously. This sport will be a healthy addition to your kid's routine.

Facts: Sports Activity And Children

In the United States, sports are widely recognized as a tool of child development and health promotion, with 75% of parents of children in middle or high school saying they encourage participation (National Public Radio , 2015). However, many yout...

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How To Make Your Kids Love Sports

Naga Bala KrishnanNaga Bala Krishnan
Playing sports actively helps your kids to stay smart and strong.