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Remember the thrill you felt when you scored your first ever soccer goal? Or how proud you felt getting flowers after a school play? Plus, experts say kids who participate in extracurricular activities could actually do better in school. Andrea Bastiani Archibald.
Explore Your Options Check your school, parks and recreation department, museums, libraries, and community centers for activities that might be fun to try out. Then make a list of the activities that fit both your budget and schedule. Ask These Questions Is your daughter super imaginative? Perhaps something artistic would be a match. Does she love running around outside? Think about soccer or softball.
Is she obsessed with Lego and figuring out how things work? A junior robotics club or coding class could be right up her alley. Remember that your daughter might not be into the same things you were asno matter how much you wish that were the case! Really pay attention to her personality and then let her choose from a few options you think she might like.
Keep Her Interested Tell her how proud you are of her for trying something new! Ask her about her feelings and try to come up with solutions together—or talk to her teacher or coach to see if you can get her up to speed or help her feel more engaged. Bastiani Archibald notes. Bastiani Archibald. Simplifying her week and her time obligations can help her enjoy her favorite things again. Try Another Path Struck out this time?
Time to pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and start all over again! If your child is being bullied, she'll need some help learning how to stand up for herself and when to get help. Getting a family pet is good for your daughter. Here are five reasons why a dog or cat can boost her confidence. For Every Girl. Juliette Gordon Low. Executive Team. National Board.
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