Wednesday, July 10, 2013
Dr Linda Papadopoulos said research has shown that children as young as five had anxieties over the way they look. However, playing traditional games like hopscotch, rounders and tag give them confidence in their bodies, she said.
In a recent report, Physical Activity and Body Image she discovered that sports help to give kids confidence in moving and self.
Children should play hopscotch to boost self esteem, psychologist claims