3 Ways Extracurricular Activities Help Youngsters Develop Social Skills

The US Department of Health and Human Services recommend that a child gets at least one hour of physical activity a day. Although backyard time would qualify, structured play like that found with extracurricular activities will assure that your kids are getting a decent workout. It is not just the health benefits to consider from enrolling in extracurricular activities, but also all the mental and social skills they’ll be learning. Those social skills learned on the field can come back to support them later in life. Here’s what your kids can pick up by engaging in extracurricular activities. Leadership Every team needs a captain, which is the player that all the other players look toward for

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