Getting Kids Involved in Sport at a Young Age November 15, 2010
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by katie malkinson onFrom our experience, getting kids involved in sport early on not only leads to the fitness and health benefits but also builds confidence. Don't take our word for it, read this article from the Dailyrecord.co.uk. Getting kids involved in sport at a young age can help with fitness and social skills, says Early Years Coach John McCallum. GETTING your children active now will stand...