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Jun 1, 2019 For this report, organized sport is defined as physical activity that is directed by adult or youth leaders and involves rules and formal...Info & Metrics Comments Figures & Datapediatrics.aappublications.org
Soccer, lacrosse, baseball, football—getting involved in youth sports is a rite of passage for many children, enabling them to learn physical and social skills...
Jul 16, 2014 Organized sports can improve a child's self-esteem, teach them about teamwork and help them develop self-discipline and social skills.
n. 1. an athletic activity requiring skill or physical prowess and often of a competitive nature. 2. such activities collectively. 3.www.thefreedictionary.com
May 20, 2019 Running, leaping and climbing are examples of free play that help children develop motor skills needed for organized sports participation. AAP...www.healthychildren.org
The contrast between play—exercise or other action for amusement and recreation—and organized sport—generally adult-controlled activities such as baseball,...www.oxfordreference.com
Aug 16, 2013 With so much negative press surrounding organized youth sports - parents and/or coaches who are overly involved, who lose sight of the game,...www.lehighagency.com
May 20, 2019 Interest and participation in organized sports for children, preadolescents, and adolescents continue to grow.pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov