OMO laundry detergent gives you amazing stain removal 1st time
Dirt is good!
We need to show our kids the door- quite literally! Active outdoor play is crucial for children’s health and development confirms child development expert Dr Cathrine Neilsen-Hewett.
Our children are less active now than at any other time in history, so its vital we give them a little push out into the open- the benefits are endless!
Mental Development: Playing in natural environments helps with learning, focus, memory span, language, numeracy and literacy skills.
Physical Development: Time outside benefits motor skills, muscular strength, flexibility, balance and coordination and decreases restlessness.
Social Adjustment: Active outdoor play promotes friendship formation, helps develop social skills and reduces stress. Not to mention how great it is for sense of identity and self-esteem!
And when they get dirty (and let’s face it, they will), don’t worry- it goes with the territory. Mud and grass stains are no match for OMO’s Amazing Stain Removal 1st Time.
If you are in New Zealand then Persil laundry detergent will give you outstanding whiteness and brightness in all water temperatures.
National Day of Real Play
A new National Day of Real Play established by OMO and Nature Play encourages families to start enjoying more magical moments of real play together.
Real play is all about getting back to the basics and letting kids just be kids! It is about having fun, being active, getting dirty and creating your own fun.
Real play is free, you can do it anywhere, and it is one of the best ways to make sure your kids are happy, healthy, resilient and ready to take on the world.
To get you started here are our top 10 ways to celebrate the National Day of Real Play! Find out more https://www.omo.com.au/national-day-of-real-play/
- Climb a tree
- Build a cubby
- Make a mud pie
- Go camping in your backyard
- Go on a family bike ride
- Make a kite and fly it
- Invent an outdoor game with friends
- Build a city in the sand
- Go on a photo safari in your neighbourhood
- Make a stick boat and float it down a creek