Saturday, 26 August 2017

New Public Health Wales reports says nearly a third of under-fives aren’t getting enough outdoor play

New Public Health Wales reports says nearly a third of under-fives aren’t getting enough outdoor play

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“There is increasing concern about the mental and physical health of children and young people. Research suggests that given the opportunity, children get wide-ranging exercise as well as a significant mental health benefits from freely chosen play.

“Children start their active lives through play. When given the opportunity to play, children are likely to be physically active by running, jumping, dancing, climbing, digging, lifting, pushing and pulling. For children, play can also be fun and relaxing, a way of relieving or having time away from anxiety and stress.”
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