Youth sports and competition require a winner and a loser. The winner gets rewarded with a trophy marking their victory, while the loser sometimes get a trophy marking their participation. But are those participation trophies good for children? On one hand, participation trophies rewards and encourages kids to partake in physical activity. On the other hand, rewarding them for nothing gives kids a false sense of accomplishment. What do you think? 🏀 ⚾ 🏈 ⚽ 🏒
Are participation awards good for kids?
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