Articles by Chick Moorman
and Thomas Haller
Little League, soccer and other sports such as children’s head. Out-of-doors close, the teams then have a good time to help, to practice and learn, together with their colleagues, however, the results of participation in a team is always positive? No experience can be embarrassing, embarrassing, or ungrateful?Yes, play on a computer has the potential to be positive or negative, fun or frustrating, it is worthwhile or harmful. Parents, concerned about the impact of sports programs for their children need to be aware of a number of guidelines that will help your child the best summer sports experience.Baseball, softball, soccer, horseback riding, swimming, hockey and volleyball – the sport plays no role. The guidelines for the parents remain the same. To show support for your child and to promote and teach, you should consider the following:
1. Find out who to coach his son. It controls the execution of league coach again? Unfortunately, in these times is the person you may least expect to be a predator. Trust, but verify. It is an entertainer coach or a screamer? If he or she is focused primarily on the production or on participation and teamwork? He plays at least half of every game? They allow team members to play different positions, or to classify children are in a position during the entire season?2 Make sure your child is competing in his skill level. When flying on a horse is too hot? There is a travel team over his head, or a reasonable challenge? Are all of your child’s classmates bigger, stronger and more skillful? It is no fun for the kids to compete when the chances of success are low. Instead of pressure on them to ride the horse last part of the travel team, encouraging them to enjoy at a level where they can be successfully found. 3 Learn the rules of the game. Youth rules are not always the same professional standards. More knowledge is less frustration and less crying the officials, players and coaches. 4 Remember that winning is only one of the objectives of the competition. Keep things in perspective. Winning is important. Everyone likes to win. However, the ability of a person, work hard, good sportsmanship, improving skills and playing within the rules, and learn to lose with grace, is as valuable as winning. The lessons that your child the opportunity to learn, if he or she can not win has to be more valuable than winning each game. 5 Respect other participants. This includes coaches, officials and other team members. I encourage other team members when they make a good game. Applaud winning swimmer. Praise other athletes in front of their parents. 6 Hang in temperament. Retention model for young athletes. Yes, he gets excited, but the channel in mind that the enthusiasm and applause. Staying at home is an option to consider if you lose control and occasionally berate officials or spectators disrespect for others. 7 Avoid shouting from the sidelines or stands. The players are too busy to process and integrate all the advice from people screaming from the sidelines, even if the sound and could be useful. Often not even hear. Check it out. Go into the field and have a cry of parents in you. See how easy it is to your instructions to follow. This experience will heal, to provide advice to shout from the sidelines. 8 Join the debate. Volunteers. The coach holds a lot of time and energy to train your child. Assistance incurred by the organization of celebrations after the match and carpool and help with donations. Please help if you are qualified to practice and feel the trainer. 9 Praise your child for his efforts. Stay away from the praise of the evaluation as a “good job”, “Great Game” and “big step”. Instead, important information about descriptive or laudatory recognition. Descriptive praise describes what has been achieved. “You screw the right of way between two defenders,” “Your decision to take an extra base that ended with an important development, which pointed out” and “seemed to keep their concentration, after you change your horse takes you” are examples of praise , which describes. Grateful for the praise, says the effect of the child’s behavior had on the computer. “His death to put the perfect opportunity to highlight” and “Just as we were encouraging teammates everyone gets excited,” are examples of grateful praise. Descriptive praise and thankful that her son will leave room for evaluation. 10 Resist the temptation to criticize his son. The improvement is likely in an environment of positive encouragement. Often with positive intentions to inform the parents of the children of their mistakes and how to improve it. This information is usually not necessary because children generally are aware of their mistakes. They need parents to correct a verbal list of mistakes to make. They need you to be there and so they can play and have fun. 11 Officials praise. Most officials are volunteers or older children to work for minimal compensation. You learn, too. Even if you think that an officer made a bad decision in the course of the game you can comment on their hard work. Say something positive for the employees, and allow you to listen to your child. 12 Encouragement to other children. Focus exclusively on your child sends the message, do not care about the team or event. It tells others that you are only there for your child. Players hit and substituted in and out of the game. Applaud their achievements. About the Author Moorman and Thomas Haller
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