Outdoor games

Kids need games in order to develop social, cognitive and motor skills, learn how to establish rules through negotiation and dialogue along with developing their minds and bodies. In addition, children that are engaged in playing games more often, spend less of their time playing video or computer games indoors which lowers the chances of a sedentary lifestyle.
Playing games outdoors is one of the healthiest alternatives for kids to enjoy the fresh air along with establishing an important relationship with nature and other children. 
  1. Games At The Beach
For those who reside in coastal cities, promenades and the seashore are the ideal spots for developing a healthy habit when it comes to outdoor play. Many beaches already offer games facilities, which usually include beach soccer and volleyball, bike paths, skateboard and skating tracks. Even without these facilities, it is easy to create games using a few simple materials.
For example, a few stones can be used for goalposts or steps for a basic obstacle course. The more classic activities involved with beaches is of course swimming, diving, building sand castles, playing with a ball and paddling in shallow waters for younger children.
2. Games In The City
Even for families that live in the city, there are still countless places for kids to play and have fun. These include parks, playgrounds, centers that specialize in organizing children’s activities, gardens and even squares and esplanades found in most neighborhoods.
These are the ideal environments where parents can teach their children about the classical games they used to enjoy when they were younger. Some of the classics include scavenger hunts, the hula-hoop, hide-and-seek, marbles, hopscotch, making mud pies, skipping ropes and more. Outdoor environments also offer the opportunity to build toys or artwork from recycled objects.
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