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8 Ways to Motivate Kids to Play Outside Phone a Friend. Kids will often have more fun and be willing to play outside if they’re with other kids. This could mean Make Puppy-Dog Eyes. If you have a dog, appeal to your child’s love for her pet to get her outside playing with him. Keep Track.

Does. The allure of smartphones, tablets, and a constantly revolving door of new video game consoles makes it harder than ever to motivate kids to play outside. Savvy parents are finding new ways to boost the appeal of the backyard – here are 7 strategies we’ve compiled to get kids to play outside. Here are a few ways to do so: Not everything is a competition When games have defined winners and defined losers, those who do not win may feel Think outside traditional sports games If your child doesn’t enjoy common team sports, such as football or basketball, Join in Bring out the inner.

Major benefits of outdoor play Here are some tips to help motivate your kids to play #outside. Which one are you going to use? #parenting #parentingtips Click To Tweet. One of the first important benefits for playing outside is your kids’ health.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, outdoor play helps. If you live in a house, create a child-friendly backyard. Give children a place on the porch, deck or in the bedroom where they can display nature treasures that they find and Provide simple tools to aid discovery. Kids love tools!

Include a bug box, trowel, magnifier, etc. When you take. Here are some proven tricks that will get them outside and playing: Tell them it’s okay to get wet, dirty, and messy. Organize an outdoor play date. Take your kids and a few of their friends to a park, creek, or lake.

Watch them cooperate Allow your kids to incorporate natural resources into play. Encouraging kids to get outdoors and be physically active is usually easier in the summertime. The hard part is finding ways for children to.

8 Ways to Motivate your Family to Get Outside All Year POSTED ON: January 18, 2019 TAGGED IN: activity sheet / Challenges / HiB30 Challenge / Hiking with Kids Depending on where you live, it can be difficult to get your family and friends motivated to get outside in certain seasons. 8 Creative Ways to Move Your Body a Little Bit While You’re Stuck at Home And read up on how to safely play outside with your kids here. If you’re sheltering in place with young kids.

Motivating Kids to Play Sports. How to motivate kids to play sports is a hot topic today, given all the news about obesity in our country. It’s also a hot topic for our readers and members, who often ask us what’s the best way to ensure their children are motivated to play sports and enjoy all its benefits.

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Outdoors offers opportunities not possible inside and Edgington suggests outside ‘children should be enabled to work on a more active, larger, messier and louder scale’ (2004: 135).

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from Outdoor Learning in the Early Years: Management and Innovation
by Helen Bilton
Taylor & Francis, 2010

What they need is to go outside and play active games or sport.

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Research has shown that, not only do young children prefer to play outside, but they play in quite different ways in outdoor spaces.

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After school, children have fewer opportunities for playing outside.

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by George A. Bray, Claude Bouchard
CRC Press, 2003

As a result of being raised in small spaces with limited access to outdoor physical activity, children are choosing to play video games rather than play outside, because in many cases, no other choice is available to them (Salen & Zimmerman, 2006).

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McFarland, Incorporated, Publishers, 2020

Most people will agree that children need to be physically active, and the best way to achieve this is to allow them to spend a good part of each day playing outdoors in the fresh air and sunshine.

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Parents should also keep in mind how easy it is to exercise in the context of chase games, or sports (such as a half hour of shooting baskets).

“Exercise for Mood and Anxiety: Proven Strategies for Overcoming Depression and Enhancing Well-Being” by Michael Otto, Jasper A.J. Smits
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These anxious parents feel too afraid to let their kids outdoors to run and play.

“Child Psychology and Development For Dummies” by Laura L. Smith, Charles H. Elliott
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• Make sure your child gets exercise after school and preferably outdoor play time (List 7.7).

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How could you promote to parents the value of time to play outdoors?

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  • Officially, we will be implementing this for our 6 and 4 year old. Getting rid of half their toys, removing toys from their room completely, and enforcing more outdoor play are all incredible changes that you have helped inspire. And we all THANK YOU!!!! A few questions…(because I’m probably overthinking this) Do you allow indoor toys to venture outside? And do you still shoot for 3 hours of play outside during the school year? Between homework and dinnertime, we might be able to only give 2 hours, but I’m thinking that’s still pretty good for our family!

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  • Loved this! I was so encouraged! In fact…we (me and my 4 kids—-including my newborn!!) have been outside for over an hour! We had a picnic and now they are just exploring and playing!! ☺️My 3-year-Old said “Thanks, Mom, for this picnic!! BEST DAY EVER!!” ☺️��
    I just had a baby 7 weeks ago and I’ve struggled with juggling it all (cleaning, meals, school, etc) and finding time to just PLAY with the kids. I met you on Sunday and was inspired to clear out some more clutter! Took 8 trash bags of stuff to the Goodwill on Tuesday. Spent Wednesday cleaning. Thursday running errands. And I’ve set aside today and Saturday to PLAY!!! It’s amazing!! And so feel like I can enjoy this because there is so much less JUNK taking over our house (with 8 trash bags of toys and clothes GONE!!)
    One of the greatest takeaways that I had after meeting you in Nashville was “your kids just want to play with YOU!!” They don’t want more toys and more gadgets. They want me! So I’m making it a priority to be with them! (And messaging you my success while nursing the baby outside!!)! I just appreciate you so much! �� Blessings, Dawn!

  • I have teens and if I send them on a “mission” to get my 5 and 10 year old playing they all end up playing together and forget the mission was for the littles!

  • My 5 year old daughter and 2 year old son both love digging in the dirt and rocks under a shady tree. Just give them each a couple of old spoons and they are happy campers:) they gather all sorts of outdoor debris and create campfires, they love their bikes and I let them take out cars, mini shopping carts (any push toy will do) and a little wagon with mega blocks. My daughter has had fun with a little critter house outside and always asked to do tea parties and picnics on our big blanket. Live in a 110+ degree summer area, so I try to get them out in the morning when I can withstand the disgusting weather ��

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  • Start early! I’ve taken my son outside (starting with just walks in the stroller/carrier) ever since he was tiny. He’s 14 months now and cries when we have to come in. He LOVES outside. We have a tiny yard, but he has a swing and a big stump that he loves to sit and play on. He just needs a wooden spoon and a pinecone and he’s good to go!

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  • When we visited my in-laws in Mexico, everyone was outside, pretty much all day and sometimes all night. The Yucatan peninsula is HOT and they have a massive porch that is basically their living, dining, laundry and kitchen rolled into one. We don’t have a dishwasher and I think this upcoming summer I’m just going to take a leaf from their book and move my “sink” (two massive bowls of water and a dish rack) outside. I did dishes down there just to cool down and that might keep me outside longer here too. Just an idea for moms that feel like they need to watch there kids and still get something done.

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