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SPORTS & RECREATION

 
 

These campaign programs help develop physical fitness, reduce stress and promote a positive use of leisure time, appreciation for the environment and interpersonal skills. Playing sports and exercising help develop teamwork and leadership skills. Working toward a common goal helps children develop communication and problem solving skills that will benefit them during sports and off. Sports also help kids develop relationships, which become a support system for them.

  1. It’s fun! It gives your child a positive group to belong to. They have a group of friends that has the same goals and interests.

  2. Kids develop lifelong healthy lifestyle habits. Regular physical activity improves a child’s fitness and helps them to stay in shape.

  3. It’s a natural stress reliever. Exercise is a great way for kids to loosen up and let go. Sports also help kids develop relationships, which become a support system for them.

  4. Playing sports help develop teamwork and leadership skills. Working toward a common goal helps children develop communication and problem solving skills that will benefit them on the field and off.

  5. Sports boost self-esteem. Children learn to be confident on the field. Seeing their hard work pay off brings about loads of self-confidence. When Kids achieve their goals on the field it teaches them they can achieve any other goal they set later on down the track.

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Participation in sports can help keep teens out of trouble, though it’s not guaranteed. Teens who participate in sports tend to have less time to get into trouble. In better physical shape than their sedentary peers, they tend to pay more attention to nutrition than kids who don’t play sports. Teen athletes also tend to do better academically.

Sports require a lot of a teen’s time, as most teams practice or have competitions several days per week during the season. When she isn’t practicing or competing, she is most likely studying to stay eligible, eating or sleeping. When teens are busy doing positive things, they don’t have as much time to get into trouble. Teen athletes, particularly females, tend to have better self-esteem than their peers and typically make healthier choices to keep their bodies in better conditions, which includes abstaining from unhealthy foods, sex, drugs and alcohol.

Help us create more sports teams to keep youth out of trouble and on a better path in their lives.

 
PLAY SPORTS , GET HEALTHY , AND STAY OUT OF TROUBLE.

PLAY SPORTS , GET HEALTHY , AND STAY OUT OF TROUBLE.

 

LET A CHILD KNOW THAT THEY MATTER AND THEIR NOT LEFT OUT ALONE!