Sports are a big part of many of our lives, and we know that there is a lot of value in them from physical health and fitness to socializing with friends to the professional athletes who serve as our children’s role models. But did you know that just watching sports can also benefit your kids? Yes, watching sports can build social-emotional competencies. And helping children learn to watch sports with a critical eye can strengthen their social-emotional (SEL) skills and reinforce the practical benefits of any SEL lessons they may be learning at school. Here are ten skills you can help your kids build while enjoying sports as a family.
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