A Playbook for Parents is here to help the families of young athletes cut their expenses, trim their budgets and life-hack their way to a sensible spending plan.
Readiness is also not determined by when the neighbours sign their kids up for sports. To determine when your child is ready for sports you need to know a little bit about physical and psychological development.
Sports are a great way to get your children outside and away from the TV. Regular participation will keep them fit and healthy.
Participation in sports can help build self-esteem and confidence in children. It can motivate children to excel academically and can help build social skills. It also teaches children the benefits of goal-setting and practice.
Sports and other physical activities have innumerable physical health benefits, including improved cardio-respiratory and muscular fitness, bone health, increased life expectancy, and coronary health.
You probably already know the answer to that question. We've been hearing for years that sports build character, persistence and teamwork. Let's dig deeper and here are nine very specific reasons.
Playing sport helps children build healthy minds, healthy bodies, forge friendships and life skills. By teaching your child how to be a good sport from early on, you help him get the most out of being part of the game.