Favourite sports of Kids in UK

14 May

Yummy & O.L.M.P.C is setting out to explore the favourite sports of kids in UK, to find out what they like and why and to encourage kids to inspire their peers to try out new sports. Do you have a little champion between 2 and 8 years old? can she tell other kids which is her favourite sport? We want to know more! Please get in touch via our Facebook Yummy & Olympic group.

Sport is an incredibly inspirational way for kids to learn and to have fun – it is all about achievement, reward and kids seeing how proud adults and their peers are of their actions. It is incredible that in UK kids are able to do all kinds of sports very early on: take scooter as an example, there is no getting away from it, it’s the ultimate best present for a toddler who mastered walking and running.

Football, Tennis, Ballet, Cycling, Judo, Karate, Swimming, Horse riding – these sports are favourites with young kids and usually they want to try a sport because they heard about it from their friends and peers. We want to find out which other sports they like.

All of us have at least one champion at heart whose progress we follow religiously. First steps cause a frenzy worth an olympic qualifier, first tennis lessons or ballet twirls or football kicking – and we are ecstatic. We are all proud, in our own way and we do everything, as parents, grandparents, aunts, friends and uncles to support the little ones getting better and better with every day.

 

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One Response to “Favourite sports of Kids in UK”

  1. Mascha May 14, 2012 at 5:17 pm #

    Halleluja!
    i guess it is even more exciting because you see achievement much quicker in kids, who are growing up.
    and similarly lots of grown ups forget to toast to their own daily achievements…i.e. i have made it though the day without coffee and sugar! Hurray! Medals and medalions well deserved.
    will adults be able to have similar “go for gold attitude” garmets (perhaps on the inside of the shirt, so that noone suspects the inner child)
    M.

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