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Inline and roller sports skating activities require balance and strength as well as some judgment and the desire to avoid obstacles. Some small children don't have these skills yet.
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Soccer develops agility, speed and stamina, and also teaches children the importance of teamwork, so it can play an important part in your child’s physical and social development. Many communities offer soccer leagues for a variety of ages and skill levels.
When making a decision as to whether your child is ready to learn to skate, consider your child's:
Most parents will know when to introduce their young ones to roller sports. Some parents who skate will put their children on skates right after they are walking confidently. Children as young as three years old may be ready to skate, and there are many daytime skating sessions at roller rinks around the country that cater to pre-
Getting Started with Skating Lessons and Sports
If you are looking for instruction or organized sports activities, a good age to start pre-
Since the motor skills, coordination and attention span of a three-
Most five or six-
And it is a good idea to have them take one or two beginner class sessions to prepare them for safe participation at school, church or birthday skating parties even if there is no interest in specific inline disciplines or quad roller sports. By the time they reach these ages, even if they lack a little strength or stamina, it will develop as they learn.
Finding the Right Skates for Your Children
If you decide to make inline skating a regular family activity, your child will need good skating equipment with a similar level of support, durability, quality and wheel set-
Adjustables can be purchased online, at a local rink pro shop or at some sporting goods stores. If your child is in a group skating class or private lesson training program, be sure to speak with the instructors or coaches before purchasing new or used inline skating equipment.
Many parents think inline and roller skating activities are only for school-