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Kids today do not play outside. 20 or 30 years ago, kids could learn how to ride a bike before they could tie their shoes.

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It is imperative that children learn at young age to participate in outdoor activities, because if they do not, they will miss out on certain opportunities to meet new friends, run around and play games or sports, or ride around on bikes.

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Down the road, kids who chose to be anti-social and/or decide to not spend time outside, they may never know the feeling of riding a bike or learning to ride a bike.

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However, some children may stay indoors because they prefer to study and do their homework. Hence, they study so they will be able to get into a good college and eventually a good job. For example, Steven Spielberg, one of the world's most iconic directors of all time was known to be very shy or quiet when at a party or around close friends. He preferred having his movies do the talking. His behavior intimidated a lot of people in his industry but make no mistake about it, Spielberg can he was considered as introverted. Regardless, people still enjoy his movies to this day.

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Still, it seems important for children at a young age to expose themselves to the outside world and build some sort of relationship with other people. While it is important to set aside time for studies, being outside and learning from those around you is a great way to grow as an individual. Kids are so in-tune with technology that they do not know how to act or how to associate with others.

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