Your Child Is Ready For More Outdoor Play! Hence, More Development!

Yes, more than indoor, now your kiddo enjoys outdoor activities more, which is a very good sign. Your neighbourhood park is probably the place where your child is most enthusiastic and has the most fun

Playing outside, like in a park, gives your child more opportunities to explore the natural environment and have adventures. They can play their favourite games, test their limits, express themselves freely and build their self-confidence. In the park your child has more space and freedom to make big movements with hands and legs like jumping, throwing, kicking, rolling and running. These physical activities are great for fitness, health and development of gross motor skills. 

Your Child Is Ready For More Outdoor Play! Hence, More Development!


What you need to know

Outdoor is the place where in a fun way, children work on their hand-eye coordination, language, speech, muscle power and muscle control. Outdoor play also offers a great opportunity for young children to work on their sensory learning in a relaxed environment. Although it is the time for physical activities, children also learn to socialise with children of different age groups. The fresh air makes your child more robust and improves the immune system. Swings, monkey bars, tress, see-saws are great tools that make your child stronger. After a good play session in the park, your child will also sleep better at night, which is also important for overall development.

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