Playing chess results in better brain function, improved memory and cognitive abilities, strategic thinking and attention improvement. Children are seen to reap the most brain benefits from playing chess, according to experts.
Whether children are playing doubles or singles, table tennis can be a competitive sport. It is also a great way to burn calories and get fit.
Skipping improves co-ordination and rhythm in children, it also strengthens and tones the muscles. Plus, it is inexpensive and fun.
An indoor sport which requires the use of racquets, squash is played by two or four players in a four-walled court with a small, hollow rubber ball. Squash is a fast-moving sport and is an excellent cardiovascular workout...
Dancing has many benefits such as reduced obesity, it is a fun source of exercise, ensures healthy blood pressure and also helps to maintain a balanced lifestyle.
Bowling is not only a fun activity but provides many health benefits such as muscle growth, weight loss, muscle toning and strengthening.
Snooker can be considered as example of applied physics and geometry. Some of its benefits include enhancing focus and coordination, and promoting self confidence if you are good at this game.
As a sport, this game doesn’t require much in terms of equipment. Children can put up hoops or baskets in a large indoor area and enjoy this game...