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  • siddanth

    June 28, 2021 at 8:46 PM

    For youngster growth, Few people argue that outdoor activities are more favourable than playing computer games. i fully agree with given statement ,and believe that for complete development of children outdoor activities play a pivotal role .

    To begin with, outdoor games are more beneficial to children’s health. They not only instill agility and endurance but also teach children to socialize and make friends. Thus, outdoor games help develop qualities like cooperation, team spirit, patience, and confidence. To illustrate when a child plays outdoors, he comes across a number of different situations like victory, failure, hope, and despair. Thus, the child learns to face such situations with emotional balance.

    Furthermore, outdoor games make children physically stronger. While playing outdoors, children get exposure to fresh air and sunlight. It helps burn the extra calories, boosts metabolism and strengthens their immune system.

    On the other hand, Children playing with the latest computer games have both benefits and drawbacks in playing with them. One of the disadvantages of continuous playing games on laptops or on tablets are it could have adverse effect on eyes due to UV rays generated from these high technology gadgets and there could be chances of other major illnesses like obesity and diabetes. Whereas, there are few positive aspects playing computer games like it can increase analytic thinking and logical reasoning in children when they indulge in puzzle games, mathematics games which are beneficial to children so one can have both learning and have fun while playing games.

    In conclusion, although some computer games can be educational and can have certain positive effects on children’s development, I believe that the negative impacts far outweigh any benefit, and that spending time outdoors is the key to a healthy development for children

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