SPORT FOR KIDS 

Regular practice of sports is a healthy way of life and it's a good idea to introduce it to your kids at an early stage. 
 

YOUR CHILD SHOULD BE PLAYING SPORTS 

Sports give kids the opportunity to grow into well-rounded and confident adults. Also, kids play sports for the fun of it and it does form an integral part of their growing up. 

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We know that physical activity is good for children. But what about a little more advanced physical activity? The notion of training? Competitions? Not sure when is the right time to start? This guide will help you understand better.
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Would you love your little one to get into sport, but don't really know which discipline is right for their age? Stay right there, I've got a few tips for you…
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Is your child ready to follow you along roads and trails on their first bike rides? In order to ensure your child can ride safely, be sure to equip them with the necessary accessories to protect them in what will be a new environment for them. A helmet, elbow and knee pads, lights, a safety flag … a number of items are available to help your child get started with cycling safely!
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Has your child just learned to ride a bike? Now you can teach them how to master their steed! Whether it’s setting off, braking, balancing or steering, we’ve got a range of educational exercises and practical tips to help them progress.
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]You have young children and want to begin enjoying sport with your baby. However, your child is to young to join group lessons. Why not start gently by going to baby swimmer lessons?
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Water is recognised as a very important element in child development. It offers many possibilities that are difficult to achieve on dry land or in the air.
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To be able to make the most out of this brand new playground, children must become familiar with the aquatic environment from a very young age, and then learn how to swim as early as possible. This will subsequently allow them to have fun in the water in complete safety. Nabaiji offers you some advice on introducing your child to swimming with gentle learning:
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Professionals recommend that parents sign their children up for their first swimming lessons at around the age of six. Prior to this, children can discover the joys of water with their parents. There are many ways to teach your children the basics, starting at home for example.
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Too many children do not wear sunglasses when playing outdoors, even though they are the most vulnerable to the sun's rays. Find out why it is important to protect your children with a good pair of sunglasses from an early age!
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While you might have preferred chess, your child has decided to hit the ground rolling on skates or a scooter? To ease your worries and keep boo-boos at bay, follow our 3-in-1 protection guide.
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Kids often want to become a goalie from a very young age. Here's some advice on how you can best support your child through their goalkeeping journey and make sure they have all the motivation and encouragement that they might need.
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