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Q: Should sixth graders be allowed to do modified sports pro and cons?
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Should sixth graders play sports for there school?


Why should sixth graders not play sports?

Sixth graders should not play sports why? Because they might injure them selves severely, there simply to young, it won't hurt them to wait one more year just to play,and they could play on sports teams in their communities

Should sixth graders be able to play sports and why?

It depends if you're talking about a school team, or even a sports club team.

Should sixth graders paly sports?

Yes if they want to and if they aren't too concerned about getting injured.

Should 6th graders have school sports?

yes of course ! Sports keep kids active and out of trouble. LOLI think all schools should have sports.Hope this helpsGood luck

Should 6th graders play sport?

Yes! No matter what you like there is always something for you. Sports may be the best thing that ever happened to me :)

Should girls be allowed to be on sports teams?


Why drugs should be allowed in sports?

They shouldnt

What are cons for letting sixth graders play middle school sports?

There are upside to letting 6th graders play middle school sports, but there are also downsides like if they 6th graders are focused on sports then they may not focus as much on their schoolwork or getting used to middle school.

Are sixth graders old enough to play sports?

Of course they are!

What is the percentage of sixth graders wanting to play for there school?

About 3/4 of all sixth graders want to try out for sports

Are there regulations against seventh graders playing in varsity volleyball?

Unless you are dealing with private schools, 7th graders are not allowed to compete any higher than at the middle school level. By rule, 8th graders can compete at the Junior Varsity High School level, but only in sports where there is no program for that sport offered at the middle school level.