No, children should enjoy being outdoors to play sports but certainly not forced.
ignore her for a couple hours and do stuff by your self until she wants to play with you.
Sports are all about competition. Competition is playing against someone else to find out who is the best. Until you can play without worrying about losing, or worrying about your sister, you will not be successful at sports. I suppose you could work hard and improve your ability so much that you could always beat your sister. Then she might not want to play your sport. Who wants to play with someone who ALWAYS beats them? A better method might be to pick a sport that you reallly like, then work hard to get better at playing. After awhile you will not care if your sister plays it also, because you will be good and you will know you are good. Then you won't be so sensitive about competing with your sister. She might even beg you to let her play with you!
she used to do cheerleading, like her sister but i dont know is she still does.
Because he wants to have someone to play with him.
"I play sports"
The way I used to make my little sister happy (she is now 6) is I would ask her if she wants to play a game and let her choose. Then play the game with her. The way i make my little sister happy is i take her to the movies
There is no reason why a girl shouldn't play with boys in sports. If she has the physical ability and wants to she should be able to try for a sport. According to the civil rights act under Title Nine she has the right to try out, play, and get scholarships. Women's sports also are to be funded the same as men.
Play Sports is the correct term and grammar.
Cuz he wants her vagg
Pay-to-play sports require payments to play.
they play all the sports other people play