5 Toys to Encourage Healthy Competition

3 Feb

Did you sit down with your family and watch the Big Game? Getting involved with sporting events are a great way to enjoy some quality time with your kids and teach them about the healthy benefits of competition. Even if you’re pulling for opposing sides, you can show your children how to properly behave once the game is over, that though competition is good for fueling progress, it should not affect self-esteem or be the cause of jeering.

To promote the educational benefits of competition, seen as a motivator to your child’s  progress as opposed to a person who needs to be defeated, we gathered some resources for you to use. Check out our list of 5  Toys to Encourage Healthy Competition:

5 Toys to Encourage Healthy Competition

1. Junior Football

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Get your children in the spirit of American football and active in the backyard as they work on their spirals and teamwork. Hours of fun tossing back and forth or playing a game of flag football!

2. 3-in1 Sports Arcade

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-Challenge your kids to healthy competitions with their friends seeing if they can improve their score as they shoot hoops, perfect their pitching, or roll high scores!

3. NHL Folding Insta-Set Goal, Stick, and Ball Set

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-Up to four players can get involved with our durable, easily-assembled goal, keeping score and working on their hockey skills! Can be used indoors or outdoors.

4. Competition Plastic Disc

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-Let your kids grab our array of colored disks and play tag, see how many passes they can complete or work on accuracy with these lightweight plastic disks. Great for a competitive or a recreational game of frisbee

5.Discovery Sounds Sports Center

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-Even infants can learn through challenging themselves! Lights, songs, shapes and sounds reward infants as they build fine-motor skills and begin to understand actions and results!

Looking to get your younger children involved in a sport we didn’t cover in the list above? Check out the sports section on our website for an even greater selection.

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