Kids can often make friends easily, especially when they are younger, as there isn't so much awareness of social norms. As they get older they tend to have smaller groups of close friends and would find it more difficult to join in to a new group.
Autistic kids and teens do want friends, the idea that autistic people are anti-social is false. Autistic people often want friends but struggle to make and maintain friendships.
250,000 Kids a year are injured in sports or sport related
yes! because if you take the school sports away then the kids will become obese or overweight! the more exercise, the more fit that kid or kids will be!
yes! Of course they can! The more friends you have the better. Everyone should be friends!
so the kids get exposed to sports at a young age
yes they do. one in three American kids are obese. they should play sports more!
In the U.S., video games are played for more person-hours, by kids, than sports are.
There really is no definitive answer for this. Some kids grow up doing completely other things other than sports and make millions off of what they do. The largest percent of people in any profession never make it past the amateur levels. And just like sports, any profession has a very small percent of participants making the big bucks.
Of coarse! Kids would like less of homework because they can spend more time on sports or with friends or family. But less homework means less learning ;x
Children who are inexperienced in sports are slightly more likely to be injured playing sports because they are unfamiliar physically with the activity. The difference is minimal though, and athletics are a great way to build up strength and stamina in children.