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I'm going to go in different direction with my answer and say 'Maybe'. I know my own 4 year old is very fickle. He does a program called 'sportsball' that involves trying various sports, and dance. He loves it. Sometimes, I will say things: oh, you have a dance class today, are you excited? and he will answer: no, I don't want to go. Well, he goes, and ...


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If you force your child to do a sport, he will resent you for it and not continue it later in life as it was always something my mum/dad wanted me to do. If you want to get your child involved in something meaningful, they have to see it as a fun thing to be doing. They need to feel a part of it. At first it will be very daunting for a child to enter a room ...


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You should force yourself to make your child indulge in activities , using different methods ! Now itself you should create interest in him . If he is not interested it shows your fault ( even though it is difficult to find how you erred ) . You should correct it now ,before 6 years. If you wait upto 6 years , he will also be like you , if your parents did ...


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Why would you want to force it? Forcing anyone to do anything they don't want is usually counter-productive, regardless of their age. If he goes along, odds are that he will either resent you for forcing, go along until he can find a way out, or just cause trouble until asked to leave. Forcing a kid to do something is not discipline. Discipline is ...



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