In this two-minute read, we look at ways to promote children’s wellbeing.
Keeping children happily occupied doesn't have to mean a lot of expense or preparation.
The essential thing is to try something new and spend time with your loved ones. Simple activities may be just as enjoyable as sophisticated or expensive ones.
Use these games as a springboard to start more in-depth talks with your kids that will deepen your relationship so let's give them a day to remember on Sunday, May 14, National Children's Day (NCD).
Go to the park.
Children may "practice" the social skills they will need for effective interactions with both children and adults in the park. Children frequently acquire social skills, wait their time for equipment, and compromise in these settings.
Draw With Kids
Drawing helps your child make connections between what he or she sees and what he or she does in addition to enhancing fine motor skills. This hand-eye coordination is crucial for activities like handwriting instruction, sporting competitions, and leisure activities.
Ride a Bike
Cycling can help to protect you from serious diseases such as stroke, heart attack, some cancers, depression, diabetes, obesity and arthritis. Riding a bike is healthy, fun and a low-impact form of exercise for all ages. Cycling is easy to fit into your daily routine by riding to the shops, park, school or work.
Read Stories Together
Taking turns, asking questions and listening to the answers are all important skills that will help children when they start learning how to read. Just reading for a few minutes at a time is good – you don’t always have to finish the book with the children. As they grow, they can usually listen for longer.
Sing With Your Children
Singing and playing music with our children is beneficial. It fosters the formation of relationships, increases feelings of safety, encourages brain growth, and imparts knowledge.
DIY Bath Bombs
Making handmade bath bombs is a fun activity for tweens and adolescents to do, and it also makes a wonderful party treat. Once the process is mastered, kids will enjoy playing with shapes and scents.
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