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Developmental Concerns:Motivating Children to Take up Sports
2007-09-22
Name: Editor Does your child play any sport? How has he gained from this? How do you encourage his involvement in sports?
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2007-09-22
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Name: Khorana
Subject:  Kids follow their parents.
I think children take after parents greatly. I love to play tennis and squash, and my little one, who I take often to the courts, has already begun fingering my heavy racquet. It is cute to see her try to lift that heavy thing. I am sure in some years she will as to train in these sports, with no prodding from my side.
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2007-09-22
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Name: snigdha
Subject:  loved the article...
Hey, the agewise breakup of children' s activities is excellent. Much appreciated. Love the site for these unique articles.
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2007-09-22
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Name: momma of 4
Subject:  Sports are important
Sports are important and should be made an integral part of children' s lives. And it is upto us parents to do that. Yes, the discipline required here looks exacting at times, but early in life it is required, if you know what I mean.
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2007-09-22
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Name: Samridhi
Subject:  Why???
Why do children have to DO something all the time? Why do they have to study? Or play? Or learn music? Why cannot they just be…?
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2007-09-24
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Name: Dhwani
Subject:  Why not
The idea is not to force children into doing things. It is merely to allow them to experience a new situation and then decidde if they like it.
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