Sports are some of the best activities children can practice in order to learn teamwork. Children are competitive to the point where they will do everything they can to win. That seems like one of the shallowest ways to encourage teamwork, but it does help in the beginning. Kids will soon learn that teamwork helps them win the games easier. This is especially true in sports such as basketball and football. They will also learn that sports are more about fun than winning. Every young player should have a turn to participate in the sport.The full explanation can be found at http://richavady.wordpress.com/2013/02/28/teamwork-pivotal-in-san-mig-coffees-first-win/ Teamwork allows everyone to get involved.
Sports help children get active with their friends. They will realize that friendships are built through teamwork in sports. As a former athlete myself, I played sports with the same kids all the way from grade school through high school. We all had the same group of friends for 10 years thanks to our participation in sports. The teamwork we learned set us up for great success later on in life. We are now confident in the workplace when we have to complete work projects with other people. We know there’s a level of responsibility on an individual level, but we also expect our co-workers to hold up their ends as well.