RESOURCES FOR PARENTS IN SOCCER positive INSPIRATION for OUR CHILDREN through soccer
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.
Soccer is a great game for all of the life skills it can teach to young people. The principles of teamwork, respect, confidence, and hard work can benefit children through their lives.
Collection of articles on advice for soccer parents
5 ways to inspire kids to do the right thing
Here is a good resource for parents of any kind, whether they participate in youth soccer or not. I found this post on a website focused on activities for parents and kids to do as a family.
The name of the website is Red Tricycle I think you'll really enjoy reading the article. Read the full article here: Encouraging Kids
The top priority For Sports Parents Should Be To get their child to love the game
If you instill the love of a game into your child, she'll want to play longer and harder. Focus on the fun of it. That naturally leads to better success.Parents, give your child ownership of enjoying the the whole game experience.
Children will improve their level of play if THEY are the ones trying to get better. Read more and watch the video at Positive Coach.
10 youth soccer rules for parents to know
One of the too frequent sources of friction between parents, coaches and referees is a misunderstanding of the rules followed in youth soccer. It's a fast paced game and sometimes emotions run high in the heat of the battle.
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.
What to do if Your Kid Makes a Mistake
Borrowed From devzone.positivecoach.org
HUGS HELP WITH CHILDHOOD BRAIN DEVELOPMENT
Let's be honest, is there any better feeling than giving your child a hug after they come off the soccer field-or better than receiving a hug from your child?
Well, as it turns out hugging has another positive effect. The more hugging your child does the better their brain develops.
Play has benefits way beyond the obvious benefit that they're having fun. According to an article over at naecy.org about families and parenting,
There are 10 things parents should know about relating to having kids enjoy a lot of regular old playtime.
Some of the benefits of play include stress reduction and development of cognitive skills.
Here the link to the complete article at naeyc.org.
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Coach Bruce Lovelace started playing soccer in 1974 when, as a young boy, he constructed his own makeshift soccer goal. He played in high school, then intramurally in college and beyond. He started to coach his own children in the early 1990s and then ran a Soccer Shots franchise for 12 years. Now, Coach Bruce writes for the soccer-for-kids.com website. You can join in on Facebook.
Soccer parents can easily embarrass themselves by not knowing them. These 7 youth soccer rules parents should know about ahead of time, before yelling at the ref.
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