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    My DD is 6 and she does swimming, gymnastics and Taekwondo. A lot of her friends do basketball. She'll play footy with DH and DS at home.

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    DSD does netball, did some soccer but didn't like it.

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    Softball, hockey, netball, basketball.

    Dancing - Not a sport, but still great for fitness.

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    I was thinking either athletics, gymnastics, soccer, AFL or netball for my almost 5 year old. She already dances and swims and I was thinking of swapping dancing for something else

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    I see dance as sport! It's definitely intense movement, and very physical and requires training. My 5 year old loves it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BornToBe View Post
    I see dance as sport! It's definitely intense movement, and very physical and requires training. My 5 year old loves it.
    I agree dance is a sport.
    My dD1 dances competitively and is extremely fit and muscly from all her dance training

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    Tennis, basketball, some dances, maybe she can be a cheerleader later


 

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