It will be so lovely to see your child plays basketball or football with their friends. His face looks very happy and sometimes you will get the story about the way he and his team win the game. Another time, he will ask you to accompany him to go swimming. Or, he proudly tells you about his baseball team that becomes the finalist in certain competition. At home, he likes gardening, talking, laughing, etc. Well, you will be very proud of your child and his entire activities. However, some parents often think whether their children are active or too active. They are also wondering the differences and worrying the negative effects of being too active. Actually being active child is very good. It has plenty of benefits to your child health and growth.
One thing that you should worry is that when your child is very active and neglects the other tasks. For example, he likes to play basketball and does not want to study and do the homework. Once it will be fine because he may be tired for the sport he has just finished. But, it is a problem when he does it regularly. So, you need to discuss and talk calmly in order to make him understand to balance the activities and school tasks. Another thing to worry is when you keep telling your child to keep silent or sit still. Indeed, sometimes children do not want to keep silent because they ask more attention from the parents. But, if you think you are close enough and give enough attention to your child and he is difficult to be silent, it is the sign you need to notice.
Yes, you are allowed to worry about your active child. On the other hand you need to be proud because being active means that your child has good body and brain coordination. His motor censor works and develops well. If he likes to play in a group, it can be the sign that he has good social development. He knows the way to communicate with his friends and develop the networks. He must get A plus in this case. In addition, his muscles and nerves will grow well and stronger. It is your task to prepare nutritious, healthy, and delicious meals, snacks, and drink to provide enough energy for supporting your child activities.