There are many scientific evidences showing the medical benefits of outdoors play towards children’s developmental skills and physical health. Gross motor, fine motor skills and body coordination can be simply enhanced by activities such as cycling, swinging, jumping, climbing and skipping for younger children older kids and through sports such as swimming, football, badminton, tennis, table tennis, basketball and more for teenagers. By playing all these games, children will learn how to follow rules, exercise self-discipline, challenge themselves to do better each time they play, accept failure with attitude for self-improvement, encourage social interaction, communication and teamwork as well as just simply laugh while having fun playing together. These no doubt will inadvertently boost their self-confidence and enhance their mood. This will make them more confident and better at making a new friend.