I often wonder as coaches and parents try to direct their players or children on the ice or diamond, whether A: the kids even hear them or B: if they have any clue what it all means when they do hear it. "You're too high", "push it up", "bring it home", you're too deep", "move into the hole". All terms that have been around the game forever but the kids haven't. Instead of letting them learn to play by making decisions they often spend too much time trying to figure out what dad/mom or coach is yelling about. They're not remote control toys.