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Did you know that both physical and emotional health can be promoted through sport?\n\nHowever the percentage of kids participating in organised sport activities outside school hours is on the decline, according to the “Children’s Participation in Cultural and Leisure Activities report”, issued by the Australian Bureau of Statistics’.\n\nThe report shows a decrease in the percentage of kids involved in at least one organised sport, from 63% on April 2009 to 60% on April 2012.\n\nThe most popular sport is swimming among both boys and girls, followed by outdoor soccer for boys and Netball for girls. Full article: http://wannabees.com.au/7-benefits-of-playing-a-sport/

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THE BENEFITS OF PLAYING A SPORT

BY WANNABEES FAMILY PLAY TOWN

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Did you know that both

physical and emotional health

can be promoted through

sport?

fewer than

40%

of Australian kids play any

sport outside of school.

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The benefits of playing a sport are numerous

help them with their

education.

It can teach kids about

coordination skills

keep them fit and

healthy

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Choosing the right sport for your child is also important. Not all children are

natural sports players, so choose something they love so that if they’re still

developing their sporting skills, they’ll have fun in the process.

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If your child loves rough-and-tumble contact

they might be best suited to sports like rugby or AFL

While if they’re fast runners and have good

all-round skills, they might be good at soccer.

If they have awesome hand-eye coordination,

sports such as cricket or tennis are best for them

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supplementing an

active lifestyle through

sport with some

academic benefits

helps kids use their

skills in educational

contexts.

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