Sports is an activity they do as a part of the game without being aware of the children. The game is of great importance in terms of the physical and mental development of the child.
The definition of sport as an entertainment, that is to say, away from the norms that ordinary life should observe, is especially true for children. Since the children have very little to do, they are more than funny, that is, when they can spare the spore.
But if children are approached more carefully, what adults see as entertainment or recreation is a physical and mental need for the child. The game is also very important for the physical and mental development of the child.
Children, at least for 1-2 year olds, have no activity for sports purposes only. The movements that can be described as sports in children are based on defining themselves and the world around them.
GAME AND SPORTS
The child’s first real sport starts with the game. The game allows children to develop and develop some of their innate physical and mental qualities.
Education is indispensable for accelerating or developing all movements and behaviors that will ensure the development and maturity of the child. Behaviors influenced by the child, not the spontaneous ones, can be considered as “play”, and they can also be described as “V’Spor” according to the definition, which identifies sports with fun. We can say that even a newborn baby is doing sports if he gets out of the way by this definition. The stimulation of your parents can be a sport to move, to turn your head, to get up from your bed, to put your hands on the floor or to try to crawl.
The game consists of spontaneous or later acquired behavior. All important emotional and collective abilities of the child development through play The child develops reflexes, mental skills and relationships with the environment through play. But the game should not emerge as a coercive end, it is born out of the child’s own imagination. Parents can encourage their children to improve their imagination and thus direct them to a specific game. But when doing these things, they turn to a specific purpose and if they impose it on the child, it comes out of this game, a task for the child becomes a job.
Athletic necessity is inevitable in older children who have a bad posture or real physical impairment. These disorders resulting from the imbalance in the development of musculoskeletal system have been observed more frequently with urban life.
When a child reaches a certain age, bad postures and movements may occur in the child. If not corrected, these disorders may progress and eventually lead to deformities. Preventing these behaviors is easier than medication. For this, it is enough to overcome the shortcomings of environment and way of life. In order to perform the treatment, corrective exercises and sometimes even orthopedic devices are needed in addition to removing the factors leading to the disorder. In more advanced stages, surgery is inevitable. If sport is being done to correct posture disorders, after a while it may become a fun activity and become a tedious task. This is especially the case when the trainer has forgotten the entertainment direction of the sport and made the treatment the main purpose.
Sport can also mean a preparation exercise for those who are dealing with athletics in the future. Every child has the ability and power to be an athlete. But the instructor’s goal should not be to train the child directly as an athlete. The first thing we do when we want to train an athlete is to brak ourselves and not tell the child what we want. If he is approached with a repressive attitude in this regard, depression and anger explosions may occur in the child.
Today, the most common attitudes are to release a child from a young age to play. 3 Some sporting activities that the child does to himself or herself help to reveal some physical and mental qualities that are innate.
These are the skills, speed, strength and endurance that will be of great importance in the future life of the child.
The child’s physical qualities are influenced by the environment in which he lives, especially his family and school life. If the child is in an environment where he can develop these physical qualities through sports and games, he will also develop mentally. Because in child, physical and mental development are very interrelated concepts.
If the child is guided in an appropriate way in terms of play and sport, he or she will show a healthy development from the physical and mental point of view. But when the child is directed to a certain physical activity, it is necessary to carry out the purpose of making him an expert in this matter. Such an attitude is definitely wrong and unhealthy.
As the child grows he develops his talents and acquires new pleasures. If you make your own choice and do as it is, the physical activities will be a pleasure for it and a fun step for future sports activities.
SPORTS AND SPIRITUALS
Sports and ambition are two separate elements. In fact, the sport is a race that the child has made against the time, the surroundings and the self. The race desire and ambition in the child can be increased or reduced. As long as they behave respectfully and honestly towards their peers, ambition strengthens and supports weak children. Care should be taken to ensure that the age gap between the child’s competitors is maintained in such a way as to be at a certain level in such encounters.
Of course, victory is very important. Because victory is the definition of reward and superiority of tiredness. It is also very important to learn that you can lose after a great effort.
If the sport is treated only as a competition, and if a lot of attention is paid to winning, it can have a very negative impact on the losing side. For this reason, it is also necessary to teach the child that he may lose in a sports encounter.
Another important concept for the child is Competition Learning. A child learns to withdraw from competition rather than learn to compete if a series of defeats fail to undergo a greater defeat. Particularly in team games, the players of both teams must be changed constantly. Thus one can not always be on the winning side and learn to lose. This way, the competition spirit can be won and the game becomes more interesting.