[Watch] Every Child Needs A Childhood Friend, Let’s Help Them Make A Real One

The Logical Indian

November 15th, 2016 / 6:42 PM

Childhood Friend

Children today have a very different life than what we had when we were kids. They hop from school, to tuitions, wrap up their homework only to go for some coaching class or the other. Nowhere in their schedule do they have any time to actually be a kid and go out to just play with their friends. The little free time they do have is spent indoors watching TV or playing with mobile phones. This video urges all the parents to send their children outside to play and make real friends.

Studies show that children who interact with other children are more exposed to life experiences, have better people’s skills and are better team workers. Children who spend hours on phone, watching television and engaging with technology also are more prone to isolation and lack of human interaction. With time, children’s interaction with technology is only going to increase, it is better to inculcate the habit of playing outside as early as possible. Playing outside also helps in improving mental health and physical fitness.

Let your child make some unforgettable memories for a lifetime, let’s also make them socialize outside social media!

Let’s make every day #ChildrensPlayDay


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