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|Kids are all reeling from the excitement of the Olympic Games these last few weeks http://www.2018footballdraft.com/Roquan-Smith-Jersey/ , but can they relate any of that to science? Absolutely!
Aspiring athletes, or students struggling with a scientific concept, may find that the perfect demonstration is sports. Many kids love sports, and sports are science. Every skill, movement, victory, and loss kids experience is a science lesson waiting to be learned.
Everything from the exchange of O2 and CO2 as Michael Phelps breathes between swimming strokes http://www.2018footballdraft.com/Rashaan-Evans-Jersey/ , to the flight path of each ball, arrow, and body, can be explained to kids by science. Seeing science in action in a sporting event can go a long way to turning the words and diagrams in your kids' science book into real understanding. The trick is helping them make that connection.
Try to stick to the basics. Kids aren't usually going to carry their science book with them, but targeting general concepts can spark enough curiosity to get them to look it up later. Kids can easily relate biology to sports because they can see the science happening. Physiology, the function of the systems of the body and how they work together, can be easily demonstrated to kids with sports.
The nervous system tells Michael Phelps' musculoskeletal system to contract and extend in the swim stroke he needs. His muscles are given oxygen and energy through chemical reactions of the digestive http://www.2018footballdraft.com/Quenton-Nelson-Jersey/ , circulatory, and respiratory systems. Show your kids science by having them flex a muscle. The nervous system doesn't need them to talk to ask that muscle to move, and some muscles, like the heart, don't even need a conscious thought to work.
Physics is also a fairly easy science for kids to see. Newton's Laws of Motion can be observed in baseball. The first law is inertia - an object's motion will not change until a force acts upon it. When Justin Verlander pitches a baseball, gravity, wind http://www.2018footballdraft.com/Minkah-Fitzpatrick-Jersey/ , and ultimately the hitter's bat or the catcher's mitt all force the ball to change speed and direction. He can keep a fast ball high in the air by giving it a lot of backspin, or pitch a curve low and left by giving the ball a side spin. The way the ball spins in the air changes how the air puts force on the ball. Ask your kid to identify the science behind the pitch. What forces acted on the ball? How did they affect the ball's flight?
Chemistry is often a difficult concept for younger students, but you can still introduce your kids to chemical science. Try not to be discouraged by the complexity of the chemical reactions themselves.
Explain that Usain Bolt was breathing hard after his 200 meter sprint because of chemical reactions in his body. All the muscles in his body burn energy and use oxygen when he runs. The oxygen is brought to his muscles from the air around us by several chemical reactions. When you breathe in, the oxygen is taken from the air in your lungs and passed into your blood by a chemical reaction. The blood moves the oxygen to your muscles, where it is used in another chemical reaction.
Ask your kid if they can talk about the science behind food getting to muscles as energy. Usain's body uses chemical reactions in digestion and in the blood to bring nutrients from food to his muscles, and his muscles use chemical reactions to store and use them to make energy. Kids will still grasp the basic concepts of chemical science without complex equations. Kids will also be better prepared to learn the specifics of science in school if they have been relating the concepts to the world around them.
You can use sports to help your kids learn and love science. Science can be applied to so many aspects and moments in every sport, it shouldn't be hard for you to identify connections of your own. Take a look in your child's science book this year http://www.2018footballdraft.com/Mike-Hughes-Jersey/ , and next time you're watching sports, bring up a few concepts. Before you know it, you kid will be talking about how Peyton Manning could improve his throw by considering Newton's 3rd law more closely!
LA PAZ, April 10 (Xinhua) -- Bolivia climbed two spots in the FIFA ranking, going from 70th to 68th, the Bolivian Football Federation (FBF) announced Thursday.
Spain leads globally with 1,460 points http://www.2018footballdraft.com/Marcus-Davenport-Jersey/ , followed by Germany with 1,340
points, Portugal with 1,245, Colombia with 1,186 and Uruguay with 1,181.
Despite its ascent http://www.2018footballdraft.com/Leighton-Vander-Esch-Jersey/ , however, the national team continues to trail in last place in South America, the FBF said.
According to the latest ranking, Bolivia is in 68th place with a total of 497 points, behind Paraguay (54th), Peru (43rd), Venezuela (41st) http://www.2018footballdraft.com/Lamar-Jackson-Jersey/ , Ecuador (28th), Chile (14th), Brazil (6th), Argentina (6th), Uruguay (5th) and Colombia (4th) in the region.
The big surprise was actually Argentina's slide in the ranking, as it went from holding the first place among regional teams last year to third place, along with Brazil http://www.2018footballdraft.com/Josh-Rosen-Jersey/ , Colombia moved to the head of the list.
Bolivian soccer trainer Sergio Apaza said that Bolivia's lackluster showing was due to its "worst" performance ever during World Cup qualifiers.
"We Bolivians are aware our team was improvised, not the work of a medium- or long-term project. We always make the mistake of doing things at the last minute," he said.
The former head of the FBF, who took Bolivia to the 1994 World Cup in the USA, Guido Loayza, said those responsible for the state of the national team should step down and allow new talent to take over.
"We hope that this year, during the football federation elections http://www.2018footballdraft.com/Josh-Jackson-Jersey/ , there is true renewal and the new managers propose short-, medium- and long-term plans," he said.
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