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  • Abhi

    June 15, 2021 at 7:02 PM

    For youngsters growth, few masses assert that outdoor activities are more favorable than playing computer games. I fully <roshu>accept this as true with </roshu>this given statement, <roshu>and in my opinion</roshu> outdoor activities are more beneficial for children’s development.

    To initiate with, <roshu>there are many advantages </roshu>of playing outdoor activities. The first and foremost <roshu>is that the </roshu>enhancement in <roshu>fitness </roshu>. To elaborate, if juvenile playing <roshu>athletic game </roshu>, <roshu>they will </roshu>increase their physical strength and endurance. However, kids also feel energetic as they manage their time <roshu>for enjoying </roshu>outdoor games. As a result, games like cricket, hockey, and football which boost the physical fitness. Apart from this, if youngsters are playing outdoor activities, they can maintain their nutrition diet because without proper nutrition outdoor games are not possible to play. Proper diet also <roshu>cause </roshu>disease free lifestyle <roshu>which can </roshu>be possible by outdoor activities.

    Moreover, another major benefit of playing outdoor activities. The primary one is acquire social skills. To explain, if a child <roshu>leaves </roshu>for doing any activity, <roshu>they create </roshu>new friends which develops the social skill <roshu>of youngsters </roshu>. Furthermore, this skill can help them in the future. As a result, if a child <roshu>attends </roshu>park <roshu>day to day </roshu>, they acquire a lot of things : discipline, teamwork and punctuality. To cite an example, Ms Dhoni, who was the captain of Indian cricket, has good communication skills which can help him to become a good player.

    In conclusion, playing outdoor activities has certain benefits in terms of enhancement in physical fitness and acquiring social skills respectively.

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