Is Competition healthy for kids? (Real life tools can be taught through…
Is Competition healthy for kids?
Learning to lose graciously develops a child never give up mentality.
A child needs to learn that we don't always get what we want.
A child must understand that you need to develop the skills and talents they have to become good at a specific subject.
A child needs to see what measured progress looks like.
The emotion and feeling that comes with working hard and developing a winning work ethic.
If you don't try you best, it will show in your results.
You won't feel as accomplished if something is handed to
you, rather then working hard for it.
The score doesn't always matter, but the effort you put in does.
Everyone fails at some point in their life.
Teaching a child how rebound from failure early in life, allows for an easier transition in adulthood.
We all have to make tough decisions to push through failure.
We reward those who work hard.
When we don't reward positive behavior, we demonstrate a lack of encouragement.
We need to encourage kids that working hard leads to rewards in life.
Kids are more inclined to try hard if they know they can win something.
Real life tools can be taught through competition.
How to work with others.
We need other to succeed.
Competition builds character.
You are stronger in a group, then by your self.
Competition is ingrained in our culture.
We compete for jobs.
We compete for promotions.
We compete for good grades.
We compete for success.