By participating in school sports and joining sports academies, kids can develop social skills in sports. They learn the value of teamwork, communication with teammates, and accepting responsibility when playing a team sport.
Yes. When kids are on a team they learn teamwork and social skills. Hope this helps!:-)
It's a way for them to develop their social skills as well as their imagination and creativity.
For me, when I was a kid, sports was about comeraderie. I hung out with alot of different kinds of kids then but I always had a common thread with the guys on the team. I learned humility from the winning and self discipline and perseverance from the losses. High school football was also an outlet for stress and hard times while in a very difficult time in my young age.
It all depends on the child. Just because a child is homeschooled does not mean he or she does not participate in sports or other things where they can interact with other kids.
It helps kids develop their muscles.
umm...well u get a better education in public skools and private school...they may also develop poor social skills...
Poorly developed social skills.
it teaches teaches social skills
Such kids most often develop psychological and social interaction problems.
Autistic kids don't have as much interest in overall play as normal kids do, but you can help them develop play skills by providing therapy for them.
It has been proven that sports will improve a child's self-esteem, it teaches the team concept which helps them as they develop friends and job skills over their lives, and is great way for them to stay active and healthy.
Susan Diamond has written: 'Social rules for kids' -- subject(s): Interpersonal relations in children, Social skills in adolescence, Interpersonal relations in adolescence, Social skills, Socialization, Interpersonal relations, Handbooks, manuals, Social skills in children, Juvenile literature
Sports help kids be fit and stay fit.Sports also help children play sports and not be out on the street.Those are the benefits of afterschool sports.
Yes. They help coordination, building techniques, imagination, social skills, and more.
Kids should play sports as it helps self esteem, making friends and team leadership skills. You shouldn't be coming up with ideas to stop kids from joining sports because that is why people are becoming fat and obease. They get bored because they have nothing to do like a sport or activity then they go and eat just because there is nothing else to do. Kids should play sports!
As data from studies can be manipulated to support a result, there have been a variety of conflicting studies. However, most studies show that social skills of home schooled students are almost the same as non-home schooled students in adolescents who have good exposure to other kids through extracurricular activities.
absolutley! It keeps kids off the streets and helps them develop skills and grow to their full potential.
most sports are played by kids !! :P :)
Sports Illustrated Kids was created in 1989.
Sports Illustarted publishes a Sports Illustrated for Kids I believe :]
because it's a way of communicating with parents and friends, i also teaches responsibility and builds trust, plus helps kids with their social skills.
That can often be disorders like Aspbergers or Autism, but it can also indicate not enough social interaction as young kids
About 30 million kids does sports in America.
There are several games for the Nintendo Wii game system that will help develop motor skills. One thing my father did that immensely helped me to develop motor skills, was sign me up for indoor shooting ranges when I was young. Nothing develops motor skills like hitting a quarter sized bullseye on a target from 30 yards with a .22 caliber rimfire bolt action rifle.
High school sports can provide many opportunities for a child such as acquiring physically fit body, developing character and skills and of course, having fun.