With the advent of the 21st century and heavy use of technology, we’ve lost the essence of being physically present, and playing outside of the house feels like a distant dream. An analysis proves how playing outdoors is so important for children of this generation.
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Research by some experts emphasized on how playing outdoors and exploring nature is crucial. Nature is one of the best gifts God and enjoying the aroma of this gift is what the children of this generation are missing out, indulging in electronic gadgets and videogames. Nature freshen up minds and energizes the soul.
Researchers say that Nature is very important for the well being of a person’s mental and physical health and it also beneficial and wonderment for our planet. The environment is the core of human existence and valuing it should be our priority.
The Researchers from NorthCarolina State University states that the time has come to grow a bond again and hold the hands of nature again and also utilize time to spend with nature and its beauty.
One of the most important reasons why children should play outside is that when they will grow up they’ll learn to value nature and thus making efforts to preserve its essence and beauty. Just studying environmental as a subject in theories is not enough, applying it into practical use is an important aspect of children’s life.
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The cities have become so crowded and chaotic that realizing the value and beauty of nature has become quite difficult. Playing outside and exploring the environment, therefore, has become very crucial.
Children who spend their timing in playing outside, spending time with aquatic and land animals, fishing, playing sports are found to be more fond and sensitive towards nature.
The time where children know more about PlayStations and anime series, introducing them to nature and encouraging them to spend time with nature can do wonders, develop sensitivity for nature, make them stress stressfree, and thus soothing their soul and mind.