Today’s parents involve their children in so many activities that the poor souls do not even get some free time to enjoy and have fun; they do not get any relaxation time. Because of these reasons, kids of today’ generation suffer from anxiety disorder, stress, anger issues from a very tender age, leading to major health issues.
To be honest, there is no such thing called ‘family time’ these days. Since parents themselves are so busy, they are unable to look after or give ample time to their children, and hence they too keep their children busy into something or the other. They do not get the time to socialise with one another, and that leads to poor bonding. It’s high time that parents have to understand these problems and work them out as soon as possible, or else one day will come when children will not know the names of some famous games, like Jigsaw puzzles Australia, Rubik cubes, etc. by playing which we all have grown up.
Whether it’s indoor or outdoor games, playing helps the children to remain fit and active, both mentally and physically. If your child does not have ample time to play outside, then buy him indoor games with which he can play around and enjoy. Games, like qantas toy plane, cars, video games will help him in his mental and physical growth. Not only this, being parents, it is your duty to be a part of their games and accompany them in playing. That way you will also get time to interact and spend some time with your kids.
Importance of playing
1. Social and speaking skills development
Socialising is important for everyone, even for kids, as that will help him to mix with different kinds of people, and familiarise himself with the important. There are several indoor and outdoor games which involve more than two players; in that case, it helps the kids to develop their social skills. And in that way their speaking skills will also get enhanced. Today’s modern toys have advanced so much that those toys even teaches the kids to learn new sounds and words.
2. Develop their logical and cognitive skills
Some games help them in developing their logical and cognitive skills, like puzzles, blocks, art and crafts, etc. as those help them in memorising, problem solving, remembering colours, etc.