One of the great ironies of life is how we often don’t realize what our parents were talking about until we have kids of our own. For instance, how many of us spent our formative years watching Saturday morning cartoons and playing Nintendo, but are now starting to worry about how much screen time our children get? We didn’t know it then, but there was a good reason why our moms and dads wanted us to spend less time in front of the TV.
Playing outside is good for more than just your electric bill. It helps kids develop healthier lifestyles as well as better socialization and decision-making skills. Fresh air and exercise can have a lot of benefits for you and your family, which is why it’s important to encourage your little ones to immerse themselves in nature once in a while. For more ideas to help your children gain an appreciation for playing outdoors, take a look at the accompanying infographic from Flats Hound Fishing Charters.
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