Competition for Children Growing Up
Competition is something that drives a person to do better at something. Today competition is being taking away from kids who are growing up at the ages of five and up. In schools gym classes are turning into an “everyone wins” ordeal, instead of a basis of competition for a child growing up. In little leagues every player is starting to get trophies, instead of just the winning team. Sports are a big thing in America, as many young kids who are growing up get involved in them early. Sports are a great way to learn about how you need to practice, and get better if you want to get a trophy and win that championship game. Though if all the kids get trophies, than what is their reasoning to get better and to work harder? This problem is transpiring into the world as kids who are growing up now, and becoming adults have no motivation to do anything, because all there life things were just handed to them instead of them having to work for it.
There are many reasons why competition is a good thing for young children growing up. Sports are a big way for a child to learn the basics of being competitive. When you are playing a baseball game you should have the mind set that you want to win that game. Also for kids who do not start they should be motivated to get better, and to eventually start games and become a good player. “Winners train, Losers complain (Katzman)” is a great quote to for seeing how competition is a good thing. If you are a winner you will never stop wanting to get better and to keep on winning. Though if you are a loser than all you do is make excuses, which is not going to get you anywhere in life. “Off the field we’re friends and on the field we’re warriors (Katzman)” is a good quote explaining what competitiveness is about. You can be friends with a kid from another team though when it comes to playing the game your competitive nature can come out, and they can now be your enemy so that you can win the game....
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