When you’re not out shopping with your family, it’s easy to forget the kids still play with their toys and play in the backyard.
But the latest trend in kids’ clothing is to become more active, and kids have become more involved with outdoor activities like rock climbing and kayaking.
A new study published by The Lancet suggests kids are playing in the outdoor more frequently, and that they’re exploring more and exploring farther with the help of their parents.
The study, which examined 1,200 children from 11 countries, found that boys and girls were spending more time in the outdoors than boys and more time outside than girls.
This trend has been going on for a long time, and there’s a lot of evidence to support it, the researchers said.
While the findings are interesting, the research is still in its early stages.
The researchers are still trying to figure out exactly what is causing this trend, and the best way to find out is to follow the kids.
“The more kids you get outdoors, the more they’re getting outdoors,” said Dr. Mark McVey, the lead author of the study.
Kids are also getting more involved in outdoor activities.
The study found that the average age of a child who climbed a tree in the winter was 8 years old, compared to 4.4 years for boys and 3.9 years for girls.
When it comes to getting outdoors, it makes sense that parents would want to keep their kids out in the wild as much as possible, the authors wrote.
What can you do about it?
Parents can reduce outdoor activities for their kids.
The best way is to limit the amount of time kids spend in the house, which can also help keep the family active.
Parents can also encourage their kids to explore the outdoors more, and to stay indoors at night, if they can.
Kids can also stay inside if they have an older sibling.
This study wasn’t able to identify the specific activities kids were most interested in, so it’s hard to know exactly how kids are spending their time outdoors.
The research team has plans to continue to monitor the kids over time.
“The longer you have a child, the greater the impact that outdoor activities have on their development,” said McVay.
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