How An Children Benefit From Activities That Provide Challenge And Risk In Play?


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Anonymous answered
Many Practitioners interpret risk and challenge narrowly in the context of physical activity. Children from an early age are motivated to take risks they will find their own, often quite ingenious, physical challenges and, in doing so, learn about their own strengths and limitations by taking Risks Children who are sheltered from risk and challenge when they are young will not be able to make judgments or understand about their own capabilities. Also Children who learn in their early years to make their own reasoned decisions rather than simply doing what they are told to by others will be in a stronger position to resist the pressures they will inevitably face as they reach their teenage years. It often seems that those areas of experience which are real and provide most risk and challenge are the ones that most children shall choose, concentrate on and most likely  enjoy the most. Often children with special educational needs are particularly interested in these experiences.
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Nealious James answered

I personally do not know exactly how this can benefit other children, but
challenges definitely make my kids better and wiser! I started with something
as simple as a mobile platformer: and slowly moved on to more
serious stuffs. Following daily rounds on my Apple devices, the little ones now
have better reflexes, concentration and speed! The best is that it’s all free
and I also find it highly enjoyable! You will spot other titles that can really
stimulate their senses on! To boot, here is a list: that might help in your
quest to find new activities. All the best!

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