Tuesday, September 11, 2007

How do you keep your kids occupied at home ? My 4 years old is addicted to superman videos. It is a challenge to get him away from his superman video. As a mom we want to have a balance for our kids, let them watch TV and not addicted to it.

I find this site : instructional guide for sports very interesting. It sure will keep your kids occupied. I am not saying dump your kids on computer screen. The site has a lot of education tools which teach your kids on various sports. For example : A brief history of football, basic conditoning on how circiut training keep kids in shape, basic equipment on suit up before taking the field.

I am sure you and your kids will be interesting on the feature stories that are in the site :

1. Memorable Mascots: Pickles, Slugs and More

2. Fantasy Sports: A League of Your Own.

and so forth and forth.

and you can read more features stories, HERE.

And mom and dad, don't forget to meet the couches, HERE.

1. Paul Riley : "Paul Riley has had a long and successful soccer career, both as a player and a coach. Signing for his hometown club Liverpool FC in the UK, he was the Youth team's MVP. At Adelphi University (1982-88) he was three-time MVP, three-time All State and the NE leading scorer in 1985 with 17 goals and 17 assists. As a professional, he represented the Long Island Rough Riders (all time leader in assists), the New Jersey Eagles (MVP 1990) and the Albany Capitals, and was named to the APSL All-Star team in 1989 and 1990. He won the NEPSL Championship in 1991 and 1992 with different clubs (Glen Cove and Hercules) and was the league's MVP in 1991."

Read his full biodata, here.

2. Lou Marinelli is returning for his 27th season as the head football coach at New Canaan High School, in New Canaan, CT. check his full biodata, here.

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Before I leave you, I just want to let you know that Playsportstv has great instructional content, including more than 500 free videos that teach key skills in sports like soccer, football, basketball and many more that make it easy for parents to help develop their kids’ skills and enjoyment of the game.

So, check it out : instructional guide for sports.

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