The Positive Impact of Team Sports in Child Development

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The Positive Impact of Team Sports in Child Development
This essay explores the positive impact of team sports in child development. The paper describes how children learn the value of team work and cooperation when engaged in team sports; additionally, they learn, somewhat unexpectedly, how to think strategically and creatively when thrust into a competitive sporting situation. More predictably, team sports help youngsters because team sports create a fun environment wherein young people can lead active, vigorous lives; in a real sense, being part of a team is a wonderful way to stay healthy even as one develops valuable interactional skills. Last of all, team sports is wonderful for children because it helps to improve the motor skills...
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