Sports should bc it kites kids out of truble.It is a fact that girls that play sports are less likely to be pregnant.More girls that play sports graduate.It is a proven fact that boys that play sports are less likely to get in to drugs.It is a fact that boys that play sports are less likely to drop out.
According to me sports should be an essential part of any school curriculum as in today's time, where studies have become harder, sports acts like a tension releaser. Secondly, in today's busy world, being fit is an important thing but we are too busy to take care of it. Thus, sports also acts as a fun way to look after our fitness.
Because it keeps the students' mind focused on positve things and keeps them from doing drugs drinking e.T.C. It also gives us a head start to what we wana do in life starting an early career . It keeps us to be healthy and strong it gives us better health.
Yes, I think that sports need to be included in a school's curriculum as they are important to the development of a healthy lifestyle for teenagers. At an early age I believe that it is important for teenagers to learn how to exercise and live a healthy life, which is why sports needs to be included.
I think sports should be included in school curriculum because its a relief for students from books. Having sports in the school sometimes help students to maintain their book knowledge because if they can't keep up with their grades then they can't play sports. Also it gives students recognitions of their work they put it schools.
School is for learning, and sports have nothing to do with learning. Kids should be getting smarter by doing work. They should not be wasting their time playing sports. If kids play sports, they will not focus on school, thus, they will get poor grades and test scores. Playing sports makes will make kids have no worries, and that is bad.
Sports are harmful. It is not just saying physically, but also mentally. Students been left out during team activities just because they can't do certain things, or maybe just because they're not good at it. Now physically, for example, there are more than 3.5 million 14 years old and under children get injured during sport events, and this is just in U.S. So imagine how much children on the whole planet get hurt each year? A huge number.
With time students are made to choose subjects to decide a narrowed stream to be follwed in the future. In the present trend inserting games in regular curriculum would be a burden for the students, as it is they hardly are left with any strength after spending long hours with the heavy books. So let it be as a stress buster and a mood changer or a hobby not a part of daily routine so that it becomes a burden and is treated like a subject, by those dont want to make a career in sports