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You Have to Respect Kids While Photographing Them | Fstoppers

Last year I got a chance to work with UNICEF on a maternity project where I had to work with a lot of moms-to-be and kids. I have been surrounded with kids all my life and was a new mom myself, so I instantly agreed to be part of it. This was a challenge I was happy to embrace. It is not hard to photograph your own child, a sibling, or someone you already know. Kid photography

Beginning Soccer Drills for Kids

These are the best beginning soccer drills for kids. They can probably better be described as “beginning soccer games for kids.” These games will help kids, age 3-6 (or older), build their soccer skills. I am currently the head soccer coach for 4 and 5 year olds in soccer. Having this toolbox of games has been pivotal in our...Read More

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If you're a fan of football, it can be so fun to see your children get into the sport! Here are 13 football drills that are perfect for you seven year old! #football #drills #forkids

*This post may contain affiliate links. Please see my disclosure to learn more. Ah, football drills. What better way to let 7-year-olds work out their aggression than suiting them up…

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The Ultimate Game Day Mom's Sports Bag - 15 things every sports mom must have on the sidelines. Whether it's tennis, soccer, football, or any other kid's athletics, you'll be glad you packed these essentials!

Fun Soccer Activities for Kids

U4 youth soccer players are usually not ready for serious competition but can still enjoy learning the fundamentals and rules of the game. As coach, you can conduct fun, age-appropriate drills during each practice session. Doing so will introduce your players to the basic skills of soccer and give them good reason to ...