Littlejohn Law, LLC April 2019

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HOW I BECAME AN ATTORNEY

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COMMON ISSUES WITH PROPERTY TITLES

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LETTING YOUR KIDS HAVE FUNWITH SOME HEALTHY COMPETITION

ACTIVE SEARCHING FOR ACTIVE PASTIMES Finding the Right Time to Get Your Children Into Sports

to choosing the right sport. Some children might not show interest in organized sports at all. If your child does not seem interested in any sports, even though they are old enough to understand the rules and are coordinated enough to play, you might want to consider other activities like art or music classes. Still, it is essential that they are active for at least an hour every day, no matter their interests. them), and they might want to quit. If your child doesn’t seem to like the sport, encourage them to finish the season. They might just need more time to warm up to it. If they still aren’t enjoying it at the end of the season, help them find other activities they might like better. Ultimately, when a child is ready to play sports, it is important to know what they enjoy and what keeps them mentally and physically healthy. Sometimes kids will get frustrated with the sports they play (even if they like playing

Whether you were the star player or the kid who picked flowers for the whole game, almost everyone has memories of playing sports when they were young. Some lose interest over time, while others find they enjoy the sport, have a talent for it, and keep playing. Whatever the case, parents should consider a few things when determining if their child is ready for sports. If they start too early, it might turn them off to the sport before they really understand it.

sports like T-ball, soccer, or karate. My father has taught tae kwon do since 1977, and I began learning karate at 4 years old. I was a little younger than the recommended age, but that is mostly because my dad wanted me to have a lifestyle built on principles of discipline and respect. Soon we’ll be introducing Kyzlee to some activities as she becomes more active. If your child does not seem to enjoy team sports, you might see if they like a more individual approach to sports, like running or swimming. Their personality can be just as significant as their age when it comes

Most experts believe that the proper age to introduce children to sports is between 6 and 9 years old. When children are younger than 6, they should be active, but their motor skills are not developed enough to play competitive sports. At that age, it might frustrate them and make them dislike a sport before they can fully engage in it. Even when children are between 6 and 9, they probably won’t be ready for sports that require more coordination — like football or hockey — until they’re 10 or 12. Instead, try

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