To play is to do something fun. Adults and children all around the world play. Some people play a sport by themselves, like running a marathon. Others play sports on a team, like on a soccer or water polo team. Let’s take a look at some of the core vocabulary words describing the types and characteristics of playing and sports. We’ve grouped the words into six categories.
Sports and activities require physical actions and movements to allow people to play and meet their objectives during a game or practice. Actions are also part of sports and activities to help practice a person’s development in specific skills and experience.
Let’s take a look at some of the words in actions done in activities and sports.
Having an objective while playing sports teaches players to work together as a team. These objectives set up goals and demonstrate the team’s improvement.
Let’s take a look at some of the words in objective in sports games.
Sports can be recreational or competitive in which they are activities for people to enjoy. Recreational sports are developed as hobbies for people to play leisurely. While, competitive sports involves a lot of commitment and discipline.
Let’s take a look at some of the words that describe sports and activities.
Items that children tend to play with come in many shapes and sizes. These items are called toys, which often include dolls. Toys allow children to express their creativity and freedom to develop their own imagination.
Let’s take a look at some of the words that describe sports and play objects.
There are many different kinds of sport players or athletes. A few sports have various positions for players to play a role in, and people can choose to learn and practice these roles.
Let’s take a look at some of the words that describe people who play sports.