PROBLEM-SOLVING – Activities
1. WHAT PHYSICAL NEEDS MUST YOU POSSES TO BE A GOOD SPORT KID?
2. WHAT ARE THE KNOWLEDGE THAT YOU MUST POSSES TO BEACTIVE IN SPORT?
3. HOW DO YOU HANDLE LOSS IN SPORTS?
4. SHOULD SPORT BE A COMPETITION OR FRIENDLY GAME IN SCHOOLS?
5. WHAT ARE THE STRATEGIES NEEDED TO WIN IN SPORTS?
6. HOW DO YOU MANAGE TIME -BALANCING YOUR PRACTICE TIMES, SPORTS TIME AND YOUR STUDIES?
7. HOW DO YOU AVOID SPORTS’ INJURIES?
1, ACTING AS A SPORT’S COMMENTATOR
2. DRESSING APPROPRIATELY FOR DIFFERENT SPORTS?-DRESSING AS A BASE BALL PLAYER, HOCKEY, BASKET BALL, ETC
3. ROLE PLAY – REFEREE, CAPTAIN, TEAM MEMBER
4. ROLE PLAY – AS A CHAMPION OR RUNNER UP
POTENTIAL LEARNING AND SKILL BUILDING
The power ofsport
Experts on child well-being have long known that sport and play are an integral part of healthy childhood development. During a child’s early years sport and play are essential to physical,cognitive, social and emotional development. Under the supervision of caring and supporting role models, these activities can help to reduce children’s anxiety and aggression and build their self-esteemand self-reliance. They also provide important ways to help children and youth recover from trauma, enhance their ability to cope with situations of conflict and disaster and to reintegrate excludedgroups into communities. Sport and play can also strengthen education through experiential learning. When offered as part of a school curriculum, sport can increase enrollment, raise attendance,enhance readiness to learn and elevate academic performance.
All activities that are performed by students of schools and colleges that fall outside the sphere of the normal academic curriculum of anyschool, institute or university are known as extracurricular activities. A variety of extracurricular activities are available at various levels which include athletics, football basketball, baseball,...