Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Physical Activity Impact on Affective Growth

Physical activity has a large impact on most children in every area of development. One specific area that is impacted by physical activity is affective growth. Affective growth is how students learn to interact and react with other students and peers. The way that physical activity is intertwined with this is because lots of physical activity involves students working together to accomplish a common goal, which will therefor make them feel more comfortable being on a team with one another. This in turn will make them more comfortable with these people in the classroom and in life in general.

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