Exercises are the alpha and omega of a child’s development. Children get stronger on their personality and self-confidence by sports. They learn to deal with themselves and to get in touch with others and develop their social skills.
In addition, children learn about themselves and their body, its possibilities and limitations: fun, adventure, strength, power, relaxation, fatigue, and exhaustion. Also the environment and their influences are perceived: What’s up, what’s down there? What’s fast? What is slow? What forces act in which form of motion? Sport helps children thus to pool knowledge and experience and is part of a very important process in the personality development.