Outdoor activities and physical activity are important factors that contribute to the social and emotional development of children. The equally important, outdoor activity contributes to better structuring and assimilation of knowledge. Children can learn by doing, gaining primary experience, and applying theoretical knowledge. Scientists note that this approach is most effective for preschoolers and primary school children.
As a result, children will receive additional stimulation and memorization of facts about solving problems in the learning environment. In other words, outdoor activities affect the social-emotional, linguistic, motor, and cognitive development of preschoolers. Implementing this approach can be especially important for children who live in a disadvantaged environment, as the outdoors provides them with important additional stimuli for learning and development.