Here’s how to gently encourage your tweens to put down their phone or laptop and get active—and having fun—outside.
Kids go through the stages of growth and development at different times, which can result in very different sports performance.
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By playing multiple sports, the idea is that kids will experience fewer overuse injuries, less burnout, and less dropout from activity.
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Some kids’ activity levels drop off once they enter the teen years? Here’s why—plus tips for how you can keep your teens involved in sport.
Playgrounds and unstructured free play have always been my go-to options for my two boys’ exercise and entertainment. But as they’ve grown in height, they’ve also been growing apart in terms of their interests, as well as their physical and social skills. Despite their five-year age difference, when they were younger both would happily play … Continued
Use these strategies for kids aged 10-15