This page is a resource for soccer parent advice. You want what's best for your child, not just in terms of participating in youth soccer, but in all aspects of your kid's life.
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Kids don't need to feel pressure from their parents when it comes to their performance on the soccer field. One of the greatest statements you can make to your child contains only 6 words, but the impact of speaking them can be very powerful.
Here's the link to the article from HuffingtonPost.com........Six words You Should Say: "I love to watch you play." Read why this simple phrase can be so powerful.
We all know how important practice is when it comes to soccer for kids. "Repetition is the Mother of Learning." It's also true in other areas of your child's education. Kids learn by doing and my friends over at PrintNPractice have lots of cool free stuff and some worthwhile pay-for resources too.Click here to visit PrintNPractice.com.
Yeah, I know. This website is called Soccer For Kids. We believe the game of soccer can be used to teach kids life lessons that can be used in many aspects of their lives as they grow, and eventually become the adults of tomorrow. But let's face it, soccer isn't the only tool that we can use to shape today's youth.
There's a program, that's just starting on a local level, but could grow quite big and inspire children all over the globe. It's called the Inspire Kids Project.
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