Sportsmanship and Teamwork Resources for Kids
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Want to give your kids the best start for success in life? Get them into a team sport. Let them have fun with their friends but at the same time sport allows kids to develop life skills like goal setting, time management, negotiation, and cooperation. Skills that will be prized in the workplace.
Emotions run high during any competitive event! You could either experience the joy of being a winner or the disappointment of losing. The way that you handle winning or losing can impact how other people feel about you after the competition. Regardless of the outcome, you can still use good social skills to keep from being a sore winner or loser.
Responde SI o NO a estas preguntas para ver si muestras buen espíritu deportivo durante los juegos y actividades con otros! Visit Mylemarks to find more social-emotional resources for kids, now in Spanish! #sportsmanship #cbt #copingskills #goodsport #mylemarks
These sportsmanship activities for kids will help your elementary students learn how to deal with disappointment when they don't get their way. Students will learn what good sportsmanship is coping strategies to handle disappointment, and come up with their own game plan for when the game doesn’t go their way! These are perfect for character education lessons, social skills lessons or school counseling small groups or classroom guidance lessons! #CounselorChelsey #SchoolCounseling #CharacterEd
In this school counseling classroom guidance lesson, students identify how sportsmanship looks, feels, and sounds. Then, they rotate through sportsmanship centers to learn more about what it means to be a good sport and show good sportsmanship. With hands-on activities, students will discuss good sportsmanship scenarios and practice sportsmanship. This is perfect for classroom guidance or for a small group counseling sportsmanship lessons.
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