Learning a new skill for life #TennisForKids

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Kids do fun tennis challenges, including hitting a ball to Annabel Croft (bottom)

We love it when our children pick up a new skill and all over the country, our nation’s children have been picking up a racquet and learning how to play tennis — for free!

The Lawn Tennis Association launched free #TennisForKids lessons several months ago and invited some BritMums bloggers to try out their lessons so they could lead the way and share with parents exactly what goes on when a youngster learns this new skill.

From throwing and volleying, to being part of a team and respecting the other players, youngsters have been absorbing these lessons and at the end of the course they even get to keep a free racquet! Here’s a few blog posts from the BritMums bloggers who have shared what they’ve been up to!

Getting them hooked at a young age

Nell from The Pigeon Pair and Me took her children Austin and Gwen to the courts and the whole family has become hooked on the sport!

Laura from Tired Mummy of Two’s girls have been picking up this new skill well and Laura thinks it’s key to teach them at a young age to embed the knowledge in! Read about their journey here.

John from Dad Blog UK took his daughter Helen along for a free course after she had been badgering him for lessons for months! Read how they got on at his post.

The Boy and Me is aiming to be a future tennis star and if off to a great start through his lessons.

The beauty of tennis

Charly from PODcast went to the tennis lessons with her daughter and captured some beautiful action shots! It’s lovely to see her child proudly showing her certificate of attendance and her new racquet!

Creating independent kids

Penny from Parentshaped asks if kids need to break the rules sometimes?

 

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This post is part of the #TennisForKids campaign with BritMums, sponsored by the Lawn Tennis Association in partnership with Highland Spring. Sign up now to be part of Great British Tennis Weekend, which will open up even more free courts for families across the UK in July.

Pictures: Jennifer Howze/Jenography.net

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About Nadine Hill

Nadine is a busy mum (“Is there any other kind?!”) who writes the award winning family lifestyle blog, JuggleMum and self help blog Love Yourself Slim. Working from home at a portfolio career which also includes being the Editor at BritMums, running a small business and spreading herself all over social media, she has everything under control but still feels like she's hanging on by her Gelish covered fingernails! Self employed for 12 years she's been around the freelancing block a few times, so she created a YouTube playlist called The Businessmum Interviews to have a nosey at how other work-at-home parents are doing it. Watch and see - it's a juggling act for everyone! Immensly grateful to be doing what she loves, Nadine's most important job is 'Mum' to her teen and tween who keep her up to date with Snapchat, Minecraft and how to do 'brows on fleek'. You can find Nadine on Twitter and Instagram as @Businessmum and @JuggleMumBlog.

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