Outdoor play is a much needed activity in the early childhood. Play is the building block of a child’s intellectual skills. They believe that it was through social interaction with more experienced and more knowledgeable members of the society – parents, relatives, teachers, peers. Play is primary way children express their social nature.
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Play offers a meaningful context for children and that it is only when a situation has meaning and purpose that children can function at a higher level. Children learn to be more empathy and less egocentric through play and they develop more skills for coping with conflict while boys tend to engage in more social dramatic outdoor play than indoors. They just want enjoy their lives by playing and exploring other things in their surroundings.