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Love it or hate it ru
Nearly all teachers in early childhood education are women. And so, rugby usually isn't a part of the curriculum and it's rare to find a rugby ball in an early childhood centre. But why not? Even if you are not passionate or skilled in rugby you can, and should, still be prepared to talk about rugby and teach interested children some basics of the game.
Here are some ideas and teaching tips you can implement anytime and especially if you wanting to make the most of any local, national or international rugby event for children's learning.
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