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Should elementary schools compete with other schools in sports?

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  • Athletic healthy and kids talk about football instead of inappropriate things

    It will be fun and the kids will get excited to play against other kids their age and play tackle or flag football. We could sell items that represent our team and to make money for other after school activities. The kids will be happy to what they win and how many games they've won. If other schools don't want to compete we can go against class vs class I n the same grade.

  • Yes, competition is fun.

    Yes, elementary schools should compete with other schools in sports, because it is fun and exciting for the kids. Kids can learn at a young age that the world is bigger than just their school. It is also good to find other children who are of the same age and skill level for competition.

  • Children already compete at this age, so might as well make it in school.

    A lot of elementary school students play competitive sports, just in leagues rather than with school. Why not make it a school event and promote teamwork at a young age. It doesn't have to be as time consuming as many high school and middle school sports are. It would also keep the cost down and allow more children the opportunity to participate in sports at a younger age.

  • Not age appropriate.

    Elementary schoolers are too young for the pressures involved and the dangers of high-impact sports. They have enough on their plates with getting down the basics of all the subjects and learning about how the world around them works. They are far less developed than the teenaged sports team members.


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