Also, children are economical to wage a war since they not demand salaries like adult soldiers and cost less to maintain because they eat less. However, what makes children the best agent for combat zones is that they are used for missions that are impossible for adult soldiers. For
To elaborate, people will argue that one sport is better than playing multiple because you won’t have time for your social life by playing multiple sports. It also presents greater time commitment for parents to get kids to practice all year round. It becomes a significant drain on family time. For this reason many people believe that doing one sport is more beneficial to your health and provides kids with the opportunity to a more balanced overall life. Despite these sentiments, I believe that even though you have more time on your hands when you limit yourself to playing only one sport, this doesn’t overcome the positive aspects of playing multiple sports.
Well this argument overlooks that if schools started later than kids would actually be better at their after school activities if they did do them. Even if students had to go to after school activities later than normal it is better for them. Athletic Business says, “there 's growing body of evidence to suggest that later school start times are crucial to improving students ' performance, academic and physical.” This means that kids that don’t get enough sleep at night don’t excel in their after school activities. Students that go to after school activities build self-esteem, sets goals, uses teamwork and gets better grades.
(Pica) Kids lose weight from running around and exercising. They lose weight from just being active. Kids need time for recess. It helps them stay active and healthy. Another piece of evidence is childhood obesity is a huge problem and a health concern for parents, says the American Heart Association.
Parents & Youth Sports: Keeping your Kids in the Game It’s no secret that most kids drop out of sports by the time they’re in middle school.[1 ] This is unfortunate because sports can have many benefits for kids including: •reduced risk of obesity •increased cardiovascular fitness •healthy growth of bones, muscles, ligaments, and tendons •improved coordination and balance •a greater ability to physically relax and, therefore, avoid the complications of chronic muscular tension (such as headache or back ache) •improved sleep •mental health benefits, such as greater confidence •improved social skills and personal skills - including cooperation and leadership If your child doesn 't participate in sports or drops out of sports by middle school, they
The first reason sports help kids these days is by making them have a healthy lifestyle with good food and lots of exercise. This huge, as it stops kids from always eating junk and binging T.V. Sports let kids exercise in a healthy way through the important practice and energy required in competitive sports, which is encouraged by kids desire to win and get better, and forces kids to exercise by also getting better. For example, Kirk Mango (a physical educator, former coach, and national champion) says, “fitness improvements achieved through training... In a society where obesity has become a major health issue”(Mango, 2012). This shows that sports are a good way to keep people healthy.
Michelle believes that there should be activities for the older youth by being a casual environment and being more of a social get together. Julie Baker, local mother of two children; says “I think that some children are active, and I think there is more the council could do to make our children more active and more involved in the community”. Julie believes that structures, like the Water Park in Wallan, are a great thing, however she thinks its more aimed at the younger children than the older children of the community. She believes that this boredom stems from the lack of variety and wants it to be more accessible for everyone.
Children, who get more opportunities to play and specially play outdoors in the natural surroundings, are better at physical development, hand eye coordination and balance. Kahn and Kellert (2002) suggest that children’s physical and mental development is depended on experiences in nature. Outdoor physical activities make children’s immune system stronger and improve vitamin D deficiency. Being less physically active is linked with increased chances of obesity, which is on the rise at an alarming rate in children. Indoor or outdoor exercise has its benefits but doing it outdoor in the greener environment is far better as it provides lungs with much needed fresh air.
Kids would be less reluctant to do work, better grades would be received, and kids might work harder during physical education. According to EducationDegree.com, they continue the point, “Studies have proven that when students get more sleep, their test scores actually go up” (1). This quote proves later start times would help a student’s mind because they would be more focused on their work and be less diverted when completing important papers. Sports and extracurricular activities also plays a factor in a kid’s career; they need to be energized and awake if they want to play proficiently. According to EducationDegree.com, they say, “Think about it, if you get more sleep you won 't be as drowsy, clumsy, and probably have better reflexes…” (1).
Although changing the school lunch to a healthier, better option would be a good idea, you should not change the lunch from what it is now. Even though the kids would be eating healthier, most of the kids that eat lunch now would not buy the new lunch, also kids not buying the new lunch means not as much money comes into the school, and if you want kids to be healthier all you have to do is give them more time to be active. To begin with, if you changed the lunch at school a lot of the kids that eat lunch now would not eat lunch if you changed it. The new lunches would not taste as good as the lunches they serve now. Taking away some of the kids favorite foods is not a good idea.
They believe that these perfectly “healthy schoolchildren” would act much differently in a more “natural outdoor environment.” Although researchers have discovered brain differences and evidence of impairment in daily activites in those who suffer from ADHD, there are many who view ADHD "symptoms" as “an extreme expression of normal human behavior”. These researchers use the term neurodiversity to describe genetic variations
I believe that the positives of being involved in middle school sports, by far, outweigh the negatives. Being involved in middle school sports help these children grow to be adults physically, emotionally, and socially. According to the CDC many children in the United States are obese and overweight. Middle school sports encourage children to stay physically active and fit.
Communication is the process of understanding and sharing information. It is a 2 way process that involves sending messages (verbally and non-verbally) and receiving them (listening). Effective communication is communication that is clearly and successfully delivered, received and understood, and is key for developing and maintaining positive relationships with others. With children it helps build trust between teacher and pupil, ensuring they are comfortable around you and the classroom environment. Building trust is not based solely on verbal communication.
Looking back, I remember one time in fourth grade when the teachers made me stay inside from recess because I did not finish my assignment. I was so disappointed and jumpy all day. Sadly, schools today are so worried about being the best and getting the best possible test scores on standardized tests that they overlook their students’ needs and desires, like having recess time. Although this may seem like a good idea, the students are not benefitting because their attention spans only last so long until they are no longer able to absorb any more information. For this reason, kids of all ages should have recess whether they like it or not because it is a great way to improve social skills, physical fitness, academic performance, and reduce
The potential dilemmas between the rights and choices of children and health and safety requirements are that they are entitled to: • Dignity • Safety • Confidentiality • Privacy All children are to be respected in the way that they want to be respected for example if they do not want to be changed on the nappy changing unit but want to be changed on the changing mat on the floor then you need to respect their wish and implement it. All children must be kept safe so you must have everything set up ready like nappy, nappy bag, gloves and wipes before you collect the child for nappy changing time as once they are on the changing bed you cannot move as they may move and fall off. Children may tell you something in confidence but you cannot promise