Playing Fair Having Fun

Author: Daniel Grippo
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1497681251
Size: 44.46 MB
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Playing Fair Having Fun from the Author: Daniel Grippo. Sports and games help kids grow strong in mind and body. And they teach kids about life—about competitive pressure, the time crunch for families, and the risks of computer and internet games to consider. Share this book with the kids you care about, so that the games they play will be fun, fair, and life-giving. 32 pages.

Have Fun Try Hard Play Fair

Author: Freeman
Publisher: Worthy Publishing
ISBN: 1605874787
Size: 19.73 MB
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Have Fun Try Hard Play Fair from the Author: Freeman. With helpful stories, Bible verses, cool quotes and big ideas from the world of sports, boys will grow their faith as they increase in their sports skills! Guys are encouraged to put a least one good idea in their head and heart each day, so they can take it with them to the field of play. Sportsmanship and God’s guidance go hand in hand!

Play Fair And Win

Author: John Hourihan
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595355897
Size: 32.81 MB
Format: PDF
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Play Fair And Win from the Author: John Hourihan. Every year, thousands of people volunteer their time and experience to become youth coaches. Play Fair and Win not only teaches the basic drills needed to run a successful team, but also demonstrates to prospective coaches how they can form a winning team while remaining true to the principles that made baseball America's favorite pastime. Drawing on his experience in coaching baseball and soccer at various levels, author John Hourihan provides valuable advice in every chapter, on topics such as: Molding your team (from before tryouts through setting up your defense) Teaching the basics Putting your team in a position to win Dos and don'ts Unfortunately, most novice youth baseball coaches settle into what they thought was going on when they were ten years old-the games where everyone got gum in the beginning and ice cream at the end. Today, there is a lot more to baseball that is being left out. If you're a youth league coach, to many players you are the game. It is your job to love the game, teach the basics, and remember that the players aren't part of the equipment. Play Fair and Win will help you to develop a successful strategy and accomplish that goal.

Playing Fair

Author: Butler, Joy
Publisher: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 1450435432
Size: 70.17 MB
Format: PDF
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Playing Fair from the Author: Butler, Joy. Playing Fair helps you create a learning environment in which your students can grow as problem solvers, decision makers, and team players. Theories and constructs for games help students learn skills, strategies, and concepts that apply both to other games and to other life situations.

Kindergarten Simplified

Author: MS Mary Lou Podlasiak
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595528686
Size: 21.54 MB
Format: PDF
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Kindergarten Simplified from the Author: MS Mary Lou Podlasiak. You want it all for your child - excellent grades, admirable qualities, lots of friends, and unlimited opportunities. Kindergarten Simplified eliminates the guesswork in giving your child every advantage during that crucial first year in school. What's more, you will learn how to live vicariously through your child in a healthy way, hopefully inspiring you to recapture the joy of living a life full of infinite possibilities. * Find out what paperwork and information you will need for registration. * Feel confident when deciding whether or not to delay enrollment for another year. * Find out what educators are looking for during the screening process and how to foster those skills. * Learn how to save money when shopping for clothes, classroom supplies, and lunches. * Learn how to organize your home and structure your day to eliminate chaos. * Learn to turn ordinary activities into intellectually stimulating events. * Increase the effectiveness of your parent-teacher conferences by knowing what questions to ask. * Familiarize yourself with educational terms. * Learn how to interpret test results and what to do when your child performs poorly. * Be prepared to handle a host of difficult problems like a pro - school phobia, bullying, lice, shyness, and more.

Learn To Play Golf For Fun A Beginner S Guide To Learning To Play Golf Based On Simple Instruction And Having Fun

Author: Dr. John T. Whiting
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1105561631
Size: 42.82 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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Learn To Play Golf For Fun A Beginner S Guide To Learning To Play Golf Based On Simple Instruction And Having Fun from the Author: Dr. John T. Whiting. This book was written to provide an introduction to the game of golf, and to help the beginning golfer toward playing the game well and have fun. This book does not provide all of the answers, but will hopefully help the new golfer acquire a positive attitude and an introduction to the basic skills that the new golfer can build on to be a better player and enjoy the game.

I Am Rightfield

Author: Joseph Gaspare LoNigro
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 1626750432
Size: 24.69 MB
Format: PDF
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I Am Rightfield from the Author: Joseph Gaspare LoNigro. A collection of young baseball players, led by a strong armed girl named Maris, and two coaching brothers that may or may not be in the witness relocation program, learn about life, teamwork and sportsmanship as they lead their funeral home sponsored team through a magical season. When two mysterious coaches show up in the small town of Pristine Springs Florida, they set off a chain of events that will change the little town forever. As their star pitcher no-hits the opposition and becomes more famous by the game, Johnny and Frankie Caramella find their questionable past might be catching up with them. Lucky for them their young team full of characters that sport famous baseball names like; Mantle, Aaron, and Clemente are ready to save the day. I Am Rightfield is a humorous and touching look at how kids think, and how a simple game helps them learn lessons about life, sportmanship, commitment, love, and friendship.

The Tennis Bully

Author: Charles Hellman
Publisher: LuckySports
ISBN: 9780935938326
Size: 51.66 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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The Tennis Bully from the Author: Charles Hellman. The first series of Adventures in SportsLand focuses on bullies. This cartoon series consists of eight children's picture books, Baseball, Basketball, Football, Golf, Hockey, Soccer, Tennis, and Volleyball, plus two in Spanish, which are fun, attractive, and educational. The goal of these picture sports books is to teach good behavior, as well as family and moral values to youngsters through sports while using imagination and having fun. This tennis story features a girl tennis racket named Raquette, who has a serve that is smooth and accurate. Her brother and fellow teammate, Fuzzy (a yellow tennis ball), gives his best and has fun playing tennis matches in SportsLand. Their opponents are the bully Hoo-Doos who are misguided by Coach Trouble. They don't play fair and always have a dirty trick up their sleeves in order to win. Find out if the teammates can handle these poor losers and all their tricks during their tennis match.

The Hockey Bully With Cd

Author: Charles S. Hellman
Publisher: LuckySports
ISBN: 9780935938319
Size: 18.15 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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The Hockey Bully With Cd from the Author: Charles S. Hellman .