Urban School-Age Children’s Leisure Sports Values

Fengying XU, Daxin LI


Twenty-first century witnesses China’s social transformation and economic transition. Meanwhile, the naughty nature of children is replaced by various schoolworks. Children’s education needs an urgent rethink and reform. Based on the research of the urban school-age children’s leisure sports values and the situation after the implementation of the leisure sports education, this article explores the regularity, reveals the existing problems, and takes effective measures to guide and cultivate urban school-age children’s leisure sports values. The correct values can strengthen children’s independent consciousness, competition ability, self-confidence and lifetime sports consciousness, and help them grow healthily. This article tries to provide some references for urban school physical education reform and relevant decision making departments in China.


Urban school-age children; Leisure sports; Education; Values

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.hess.1927024020140601.4009


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