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Mini Guide: How To Talk To Children In Sport | Coaching Children (Ages 5-12) | ConnectedCoaches

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EllyNetball

I like this infographic ... it pulls lots of good advice together in one place.

27/01/17
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starjumpjust

Yes, good to reinforce the message of positive language, I would add that it is important to tell the child 'why' that particular move or action was good i.e. Correct technique or creative thinking.
I do still struggle with the idea that everything is good though. If the player is not listening, or not trying doesn't he/she need to be told?

16/05/17
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