Saturday, January 21, 2017

Playing Outside is good for Kids #YearRoundPlay

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I know the holidays can be very busy along with the new year. I grew up in the Midwest where winter time meant being inside most of the time. It’s so nice living in the desert as my kids can go outside to playanytime and we don’t need to think about the cold temperatures much.

Fallon is 4 and her favorite thing to do is play at the “Fallon park” which translates to a kid park with slides, swings and other play toys. She could be there all day long everyday if we let her. She looks forward to going there everyday, and I don’t mind as it’s good for her. Not only the outside time, but also for her imagination. Playing is always good for kids, but playing outside is even better. It’s great for their development and so much more.

The Voiceof Play is an education and advocacy initiative of the non-profit membership association, IPEMA. They were formed to educate and promote the benefits of children’s free outdoor play and playgrounds. One of the things they do is highlight how kids thrive from playing.  

What is your child’s favorite game to play outside? 

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  1. I raised 3 daughters and now I have 3 granddaughters. From experience I can say it is very beneficial to have children play outside. It disconnects them from electronics and gets their imaginations going. I enjoyed taking all of them to various playgrounds for different play equipment and they enjoyed outdoor time and playing team games in the back yard.

  2. It is really important that kids should play outside the house, to gain energy, exposure, experience and extra mile to help themselves and the kids.

  3. there does not seam to be as many area to play in as when i was a kid all the feild I played in as a kid have house built on them.and baby frog to play with in the puddles now day every thing is paved over.pore kids!