Who teaches your kids how to play sports?

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Who teaches your kids how to play sports? you or your husband?

I love sports baseball, football, basketball, volleyball & other sports. Since my husband really isn't into sports and travels alot on business, I taught my 6 year old and 3 year old sons how to play catch and how to play baseball, basketball and football. I also take my boys to sporting events or watch them together on the TV.

Who teaches your kids how to play sports? you or your husband?

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My 6 year old son Asher always does a dance when he kicks the football across the yard :)

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That is great Tonya :) I think it is wonderful that we can teach our sons and its a great bonding experience.

Mabel - posted on 07/02/2011

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My son can throw a ball like Payton Manning and he hits his target about 90% of the time! He can also kick really well.I actually taught him how to do both...=)

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My 3 year old just loves tossing the baseball which is cute lol, I get nervous too trying to teach my 6 year old son how to ride a bike but he prefers me to do teach him.

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The coaches....

Well, to be fair... a cartoon taught them how to do a cartwheel. That's why we put them in gymnastics. ;) They've done that for 4 years now. Two seasons of soccer. Their 'uncle' taught/is teaching them body boarding and surfing. They were fairly 'self taught' swimmers and got a week of lessons to help w/ technique. Also self taught bike riders. Good thing too cuz I have NO balance.

My son is only 3 and hasn't started anything yet. He's pretty good at kicking a soccer ball though (for a 3 year old).

Shannintipton - posted on 07/02/2011

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Auntie, she is better than me or hubby. She is a stud. lol She also taught them how to ride a bike. Thank God for that one. I would have been a nervous wreck.

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