You can never be too young to start in archery, and when you feel that your kids are old enough to start, then you need to get them youth bows of their own. These bows are smaller versions of archery bows, like the longbow, the recurve, and compound bows. These bows are not only smaller, they also have a smaller draw weight and length to make them easier for young marksmen to use.
When choosing a youth bow, you need to take into consideration the child's height and weight in order to choose the right draw length and draw weight of the bow. You also need to remember that these bows are meant for practice only, as they do not have enough stopping power for large game animals.
As said earlier, you can choose from the different styles of bows, for instance, if your kids like to pretend that they are Robin Hood and his Merry Men, then traditional longbows are the best choice. There are also recurve and compound
youth bows that you can buy if your kid is really serious about pursuing archery as a sport.