Most parents think playing outside this summer is important for well-being
A survey shows that nearly four out of five parents think that playing outside will be important for their child’s well-being this summer.
According to the NSPCC charity report, more than half (58%) believe their children are more lonely amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A survey of 1,036 UK parents with children aged three to 12 shows that 65% said their children have played more indoors since the start of the pandemic, and 70% have played with friends. less time spent.
Nearly two in three (68%) parents believe that play has become more important to their children since the start of the pandemic, and 79% feel it is important to play outside for their child’s well-being this summer Will happen.
A YouGov poll, conducted in May, shows that children have done more art and creativity (57%), played more online (66%), and played more pretense-based games (38%) during the pandemic .
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