Conversations with Kids - Week 3
For parents and guardians where we give you prompts so that you can have more meaningful conversations with your children to help them build key characteristics such as mental toughness, resilience, confidence, creativity, focus and so on.
A Question for your Kids
If you were told you couldn’t play your sport for one month, how would you feel?
Pros and Cons are considered
Directions for Parents:
Many people get injured for periods and can’t play their sport through no fault of their own. If you only play one sport, the pressures of having to perform and improve can be exhausting for some children too. As a result, it is very easy to forget the reasons why you play and the benefits of playing sport. Encourage your child to talk about their experiences.
Ideas for Kids:
- If I couldn’t play my sport for one month I’d feel?
- If I couldn’t play my sport for one month I’d do ……… instead and it would mean that I ……
- Why do I enjoy playing my sport?
If you would like to share your experiences as a sports parent or get insights regarding kids sport psychology, you may also wish to join David in The Sport Psychology Hub.
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Founder of The Sports Psychology Hub.
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