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The Valuable Lessons Watching Gridiron Football Can Teach Your Kids

By ITS Education Asia


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  1. You Get More Time With Your Kids

It has been proven that the more time you spend with your kids, the better they do in life.

  1. You Might Get Them to Play By the Rules

Football is a game of rules, and seeing their heroes pull off amazing feats while playing within the rules — and their team suffer the consequences of committing penalties — is a good lesson for kids.

  1. Your Game Day Foods Will Only Improve

Football snacks are the best snacks, and watching the game as a family makes it easier to celebrate with pizza, burgers, wings, or whatever your kids like. We’re not exactly sure why these kid-friendly foods have become the unofficial Sunday menu for football fans everywhere, but we’re not complaining. With your kid in the room? Hey, we’ll have what he’s having.

  1. You Will Want to Get Outside More

Kids love to imitate their heroes, A family game of two-hand touch at halftime is a good way for parents and kids to burn off some calories, and it can help kids discover the joy of leading an active life like their football heroes do.

  1. You Just Started Up a New Family Tradition

Watching the NFL is an activity that lends itself to tradition. Football season is the same time every year, and the games air at the same time every week. That makes it easy to make football a weekly and yearly tradition, and the more family traditions you have the stronger your family unit.

 

 

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