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Brett Frosaker
Columbia Real Estate Group
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Seattle, WA 98115

Not a Team Player?

Team sports can boost children’s self-esteem, coordination and general fitness, and help them learn how to work with other kids and adults. Some children aren't natural athletes and may not be interested in competitive team sports, but that doesn't mean your child should be a couch potato. There are plenty of opportunities for kids to get the recommended 60 minutes or more of physical activity each day. Here are just a few:

  • swimming

  • horseback riding

  • dancing

  • inline skating

  • cycling

  • skateboarding

  • hiking

  • martial arts

And don't forget the importance of allowing your child plenty of time for free play, which exercises not only the body, but the imagination as well.

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