6 reasons children need to play outside
from Harvard Medical School
There are many ways in which this generation's childhood is different from that of the last generation, but one of the most abrupt contrasts is the degree to which it is being spent indoors. There are lots of reasons, including the marked increase in time spent interacting with electronic devices, the emphasis on scheduled activities and achievements, concerns about sun exposure — and, for many families, the lack of safe outdoor places to play. It's not just children; adults are spending less time outdoors as well. Here are six crucial ways playing outside helps children.
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