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‘The Silent Weekend’ – Is it natural? How about ‘A Noisy Weekend?’ | Coaching Children (Ages 5-12) | ConnectedCoaches

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JPR25
jack ROLFE said:

Gordon, would it be possible to have a copy of the poster you've attached here?

26/06/18
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Gmac33

Jack. What is your email? Mine is gordon@wwpis.co.uk.
I can send you it if you email me.

27/06/18
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JPR25
jack ROLFE said:

Great stuff, thanks Gordon. Here is my email... jackrolfe@hotmail.co.uk

27/06/18
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Turns72
Mark Turner said:

What a fantastic idea! I often hear how children respond better to instructions on what they can do instead of what they shouldn't, so its great to hear that parents can respond in the same way.

03/07/18
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tonylibert
Tony Libert said:

so, when I am with kids I am constantly paying attention always listening and trying to ask appropriate questions. am I loud, should I be? it is not who I am. When the 12yr olds play baseball we have players as base coaches and the players are allowed to cheer. the parents pick up fast on this and our kids play hard and happily with few worries. they know they can trust me to allow them into and out of trouble without judgment and they will get to play every position. when I have spoken with others it is almost unanimous that quiet adults are the way to go. the players are always on this side always. gametime is a chance for them to play so please let them. too many times we cheer the result instead of the effort. while i applaud your efforts and think your intentions are wonderful i do think that it will go in the wrong direction. Sorry to say but this is truly what i think.
thank you for coaching and i wish you well

30/07/18
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