W.L. Morse Parent Tips
Team sports are great for children.
They provide physical exercise and help build self-esteem and
leadership skills. Sports are
competitive and thereís nothing like winning, but it is also important
to be a good loser.
character traits must be learned, and good sportsmanship is one of them.
We cannot take it for granted that our kids will learn such
traditional values without our help and instruction.
Therefore, we must teach the following sportsmanship essentials.
a good sport includes having a positive attitude, empathy and respect for
others, setting a good example, and being a leader.
If your child plays sports, model the correct attitude and teach
him or her to be gracious.
a no-lose situation!
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Charity Begins at Home: Teaching Kids to Give
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Charity begins at home, but it doesnt end there. It is never too soon for children to learn the value of giving.
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