But with today’s hectic lifestyle, we are often guilty of condemning our little ones (for hours) to the inert world of entertainment. . . we plop them down in front of the television where we know they are safe; they are contented; and we are settling them into a habit that we may soon regret.
Forget about learning to speed read if you don`t believe in your own ability to learn. However, I do need to put a note of caution on this one. Many times people do struggle to learn in academic or school situations, not because of their ability, but because of poor instruction. So look outside of your school experience to validate your learning ability. Most educational systems teach with one style of learning. We now know from educational psychology that there are at least 8 different learning styles. Your school experience may not have been geared to your learning preference, or style.
Can your child actually suffer ill effects from too little physical activity? Yes! An inactive childhood not only hinders the social and emotional development of your child, but the cognitive development, as well.
What is more, when you step back and take a look at the man he is then you do not even notice the missing hand. He is so much more than the simple sum of his parts and in the end it is the size of his heart that one notices most.
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This is also about making the session easier for you as a coach. If you delegate a little responsibility to other children to help their peers it can work wonders. For example when practicing a balancing movement in Gymnastics ask children to support each other from the back/side if it is too hard to balance without stability.
Unfortunately allowing children to practice is something coaches still underestimate. The best coaches allow ‘play to go on’ sometimes because often it is only by trial and error children learn. It is important not to rush children. They might be able to do a perfect Forearm one week and the next they cannot even hold the racket properly and vice versa. This part of development; which brings me to the next point.