If we go back in the 1990’s outdoor recreational activities were more fun then, but because advance technology has existed, kids nowadays tend to focus more on their tablets and borrowing mom’s or dad’s smartphones just to play either online games or watching Pepa Pig on YouTube. The con about these electronic devices is that, not only you’re teaching your kids to just isolate and be preoccupied to this so-called situs togel online because you think that it is more convenient and safe to see them in your home holding that tablet not knowing that it could affect their mental health such as, they can only find a reliable happiness through internet. We have to teach them to be socially independent and not to be an ignorant to the outside world because it will help them to become creative in their own ways. I would like to share my playground games that I used to play when I was a kid.
One of the most famous playground activity that we do was the hide and seek it can be done for several players, once you have set up your group there should be an IT and that IT will be the one who’s going to cover his/her eyes, count 1 to 100 and find everyone who were hidden.
I’m not really sure if these kids in this generation knows how or even what hopscotch is, hopscotch can also be played by several players or it could be played alone the mechanics of the game is just simple a court should be laid out on the ground it can be done by using a chalk on pavement or scratched out in the dirt, if the court is well drawn players toss a small object into numbered triangles or a pattern of rectangles outlined on the ground and then hop or jump through the spaces to retrieve the object.
All 90’s kids not even the 90’s are familiar with the game called rock paper scissors, this game is played by only two players and whoever loses there will be consequences like the truth or dare.
If you Google playground games you will see a lot of listed and for sure you would reminisce the memories on how energetic you were as a kid, please let your kid enjoy the outdoors, let them experience dirt and mud, the sweat from the heat of the sunlight and most especially meeting friends.