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Good for babies!
Being outdoors can be an exciting sensory experience in the early years which can help babies learn and gain experience through all their senses improving cognitive development and develop motor skills.
Being physically active contributes to a healthy weight
Taking part in group activities supports the learning of social skills.
Babies sleep better at night if they’ve had some fresh air and sunshine during the day.
Being outdoors helps to develop risk awareness and independence
Good for parents!
Being physically active is important to regaining post-natal well-being and fitness
Being outdoors makes people feel good, contributing to good mental health.
Social outdoor activities can address issues of social isolation.
Outdoor activities can be accessible for all regardless of income or geographic location.