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Sports

Exhibition
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Aisha Al Amir

on 27 May 2015

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Transcript of Sports

Sports
Why is sport healthy?
How does sport affect people?
Sports affect people in many ways, it can affect them in a good way or/and a bad way. Doing sports affects me in good ways. Also its about what hobby you like or don´t like.
Why do you need sport?
Sport is healthy because it keeps you in shape and makes you stronger. Also it prevents many diseases such as diabetes. Also we need exercise because its healthy and we gain many useful skills by exercising. It also helps in keeping your weight under control. Sports teach you how to organize your time wisely and it has positive effects on your relationships with your friends.

How does doing sport affect your learning?
Doing sports affects your learning in many different ways. The people that do sports get higher averages in school then those who do not do sports.
You need sports because it helps you relieve stress and doing sports makes it easier for you to work in a team and through sports you can meet new people. If you don´t exercise it can lead to many diseases such as heart diseases and a high blood pressure.
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Cheerleading

Football
Basketball
Icehockey
Swimming
Tennis
Horseriding
Gymnastics

By: Aisha Al Amir
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