outdoor time with your grandchildren

Outdoor activities do not mean only for adults, our beloved children need it too. In this electronic age, even very young children are often engrossed in consumer electronics. As she is outside to enjoy nature and all his wonders is healthy and educational and fun. Grandparents can share in this fun by introducing children to some of the recreational activities that they enjoyed as children’s activities that never go out of fashion. What’s more timeless than building a snowman or combing the beach? The children will be introduced to the forests and fields and beaches will learn firsthand the wonders of nature. And the time to connect with their grandparents, siblings or other family members is priceless!

Choose age-appropriate activities. Schedule a juice or snack break to give the kids (and themselves) a break. It is always advisable to be prepared for the start of outdoor activities with the children. It is very important to plan ahead if you are going anywhere other than in your yard. Depending on where you go, here are some things you might want to wear on your outdoor adventure:

  1. Sunscreens. Be sure to apply sunscreen before outdoor activities.
  2. Dress appropriately. Flip flops and shorts are good for playing on the beach or at the lake (do not forget your sunglasses and hat), but having fun in the woods on foot or at the playground is that guys have pointe shoes closed and long pants in front of them To protect scratches and insect bites. Long sleeve shirts help protect against insect bites when you walk in the woods.
  3. Insect repellent. Be sure to use insect repellent if you are going into areas where there may be mosquitoes, ticks or chiggers.
  4. First aid kit. Keep a small first aid kit in a backpack in case there is a mishap. At least some bandages and antiseptic cream, small tweezers for slivers want.
  5. Mineral water, juice or soft drinks. This is important for you as well as for children. Stay hydrated.
  6. Disinfectant wipes. These are handy to wash your hands before eating or after bath breaks.
  7. Light snacks. Who would not be hungry if you play outdoors? Bring some fruits, biscuits, crackers, and cheese or a sandwich so you’ll have an energy back up.
  8. Mobile. Remember to record the phone with the parents’ phone numbers and emergency numbers.

A camera! Above all, do not forget your camera to take some pictures. These outdoor activities ordinary one day precious memories.

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