Why parents need to push kids for extra curricular activities?
“All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy”. This very famous proverb that…
Since the change of time with technology inclining towards indoor learning of lessons, children have almost stopped moving outdoors. There’s a famous saying which states:
“All work and no play, makes Jack a dull boy.”
Outdoor activities are very significant for a child’s mental and physical growth. Availing the nature’s essence and involving into physical activities like running, exercising etc. not only helps keeping the body fit, but also develops in a healthy brain (i.e. mental) development.
What can be more beneficial to a student than learning in outdoors?
Yes, you heard it right. Learning in outdoors is possible. In fact, learning outside the classroom is all the more engaging and powerful as it exposes the students to practical experiences.
There is historical evidence to support this statement. The ‘Gurukul’ method of teaching, which was the most preferred education system till the last century, is one of the examples. The Noble Laureate Rabindra Nath Tagore established ‘Shanti Niketan University’ with the concept of outdoor classrooms.
When we talk about mathematics, outdoor activities are very pertinent in learning counting, calculating, and performing arithmetic operations etc. Understanding becomes more logical and develops several skills nurturing values, personality and social development of an individual.
Benefits of Outdoor Learning
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