PARENTING KIDS ACTIVITIES

A Comprehensive List Of Sports And Extracurricular Activities For Your Kids

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A Comprehensive List Of Sports And Extracurricular Activities For Your Kids

Sports, hobbies and extracurricular activities are a fantastic way to build kids’ self-esteem, social awareness and cognitive skills.

Sports teach kids how to have good sportsmanship, be supportive and have a healthy competitive drive. Letting your kid be a part of extra-curricular activities builds their character, self-esteem and confidence, there is a sport or activity out there for every kid.

Team Sports

Team sports are a fantastic way to build kids’ self-esteem, sportsmanship and social skills.

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Hockey

A sport that can be played on a field or on ice. It is also a great coordination sport with quick feet movement and team play.

Where to find out more information and where to play:

Baseball

Played internationally, baseball has many different positions on the field for your kids to work on their strengths and weaknesses and upper body and core strength.

Where to find out more information and where to play:

Futsal

Also played internationally and on interior courts/fields, futsal is all about feet movement skills, patience and fast thinking plays.

Where to find out more information and where to play:

Rugby League/Union

The sport of all sports, rugby is a fantastic contact sport for character building, strength, confidence and a healthy competitive outlook. It teaches team sportsmanship, support skills and a place for everybody on the field.

Where to find out more information and where to play:

Touch Football

Agility, speed and fast thinking, touch football is a great team sport for every kind of kid.

Where to find out more information and where to play:

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