Kids need a goal - and their names in the paper

I THINK that you should let people put the results in the paper. ALEX (age seven) LIFE is competition, and children need to learn about winning and losing and how to be gracious in victory and defeat. I agree that some children are more competitive than

I THINK that you should let people put the results in the paper.

ALEX (age seven)

LIFE is competition, and children need to learn about winning and losing and how to be gracious in victory and defeat.

I agree that some children are more competitive than others. Some children need a goal in life. Whether it is learning a new sport or winning, they still need a goal.


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My seven-year-old son (letter above) is a goalkeeper for an Under 8s team and is highly competitive. He gives 100 per cent in all matches and, while he gets annoyed with himself if he lets a goal in, he is very happy when he saves them. He would also like to let other people know how his team got on, win or lose.

ANG SETCHELL

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