Seeing your children playing the sport you love most can be a fun and rewarding experience, for both parents and children alike. The children not only get the benefits of physical activity, it can also be rewarding for them emotionally to play sports as well. Dealing with the realities of game play can help teach important lessons about teamwork, how to win and how to accept losing.
However, not every child is as interested in taking part in team sports. If you are trying to get your child to want to play, here are a few tips that can make it easier for you to do so. You do need to remember, however, that you may still end with a child who is not at all interested in playing team sports and, if this is the case, you have to accept that as well.
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