Outdoor Rope Climbing Opens The Window For Children To Explore The World

                        Outdoor rope climbing opens the window for children to explore the world
There is a folk proverb: Seven sit and eight climb. Generally speaking, children will crawl in eight months. Climbing is a sport that almost all children naturally like when they are young. They will try one or two of the sofas, beds, tables, cabinets, etc. in the home wherever they can climb. Many parents often stop climbing because it is dangerous. In fact, climbing is conducive to the physical and mental growth of children, mainly in the following aspects:

During the climbing process, the distance and height are constantly changing. Every time a new height is reached, it will bring a new sense and body face to the child's vision, which will help the child to cultivate the concept of space. At the same time, it can also enable children to observe the environment from a new perspective, which is conducive to children's exploration of the environment and fully satisfy their curiosity.

When climbing, children need to mobilize all parts of the body to coordinate and operate. They need the cooperation of hands, feet, eyes and various parts of the body, which is conducive to exercise the children's physical coordination ability, makes them more flexible and reacts more quickly, and is helpful in promoting physical development. Great benefit. The action of getting off the ground and climbing up is very interesting and challenging for children, and children will practice repeatedly. Trying again and again will allow children to accumulate experience and improve their skills. They will gradually become more courageous and confident because of their proficiency. This helps them develop the courage and confidence to overcome difficulties and be proactive.

Climbing has many benefits for children’s growth and development, but current parents often prohibit children from doing this sport because they are afraid that their children will be injured while climbing. This suppresses children’s enthusiasm for environmental exploration and the desire to learn new things. The growth is very unfavorable. Children who lack climbing training have poor coordination skills. When children play with other friends, they will feel that their skills are inferior to others, resulting in a sense of inferiority, and will become timid and inferior after entering social work in the future. Therefore, parents should pay attention to the training of their children's climbing ability from an early age. As long as there are parents accompanying them, they can rest assured that they can practice.