The awesomeness of outdoor game play such Capture the Flag Game in its implementation has a dominant influence on children’s emotional social development, cognitive development, and physical development. Here’s a description of the three developments.
In outdoor contributes to emotional intelligence, so early childhood has been provided with compassion, love, and compassion.With love the children will recognize the thoughts, feelings and attitudes of others (empathy); With love the children have compassion; Love makes children childless and loving (kindness), love teaches children generosity; Love self-conditioning children to easily help others (service), love will make children become forgiving (forgiveness).
Borrow Piaget’s thought (1972: 49-91) “Development is a cumulative process. That is, previous developments will be the basis for further developments. Thus, if there are obstacles to the previous developments then further developments will gain barriers. In contrast to this thought it is desirable if at an early age, to stimulate the child, so that the phases of development run sequentially. Outdoor activities are very helpful for this activity, because in the implementation, the child can capture the full range of experience of cognition, naturally, without experiencing pressure, because it is wrapped in the game.
To achieve this, in designing (implementation) outdoor activities associated with the development of cognition, directed to the objectives include:
Ignoring the importance of physical development will have a long-lasting impact, improper physical development, will also affect the development of cognition and social emotions.At an early age the child is expected to have good physical development, with the capital that will encourage the rise of child cognition, will even lead to the intelligence of children. Outdoor games provide a very free space, and at the same time can increase the development of children in total and optimal.
To achieve this, in designing (implementation) outdoor activities related to the physical development of children, directed to the objectives include: