Kids at play: group games for children
Posted December 9, 2009on:
Kids at play are happy kids and group games (or sports) can really be great educational activities for your children.
Group games ask players a personal participation and at the same time involve groups’ dynamics and interpersonal relationship. When kids play group games, they create and interact in a climate of cooperation and fun. In group games, every child is an important member of the team and determines the success of the group. Group games can be organized in outdoor open spaces or indoor, and are great during children parties and kids’ birthdays. The number of children and participants in the game can vary.
Kids have fun together playing group games:
Classic group games such as trust games, cooperation games, patience games, can really be great educational activities for kids. All these group games require a number of participants and children can vary from a few kids to more than 20.
Group games are often based on tactics, well-defined tasks, roles and strategies for participants, and require a strong partnership between kids. Many group games (and sports) of this kind can be played with balls, freebees and other tools.