Playing outside is a valuable activity for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers. In many ways it promotes their development. Outdoor play time also allows children to move freely and make noise, forms of self-expression that are often restricted indoors.
Too often these days we are afraid to allow our children to play outside. There are so many dangers waiting around every corner. Just be close by to make sure no injuries or accident occur. I know as a working parent it is very hard to make sure your kids get out side daily. To be honest, my children spent not that much time outdoor. Husband and I try our best to bring them outdoor on weekends.
Besides all this, playing outdoors reduces stress in kids. Children allowed to play freely with peers learn skills for seeing things through another persons perspective, cooperating, sharing, and solving problems.
The fact remains our children need as much as we did, the freedom to feel the wind on their cheek. The kiss of the sun, and engaging in self-paced play. Cycling around the park or the housing garden is also considered as a type of outdoor activity.
After sweating under the sun, my children will have better appetite for dinner.