Find a safe place to play (indoors, in the backyardclose to
home, in a public garden, on the playground at the beach, etc.).
Invite a friend (or several!) to play with you.
At home, you can look for materials that you can take
outsideand play with. But, if you prefer, you can make up games
without any material. Just turn on the imagination button!
If you want to make a gameor a specific gamechoose the
materials you need for the activities you want to do.
Don't give up right away: play with enthusiasm and
with pleasure, to improve your motor skills.
If you feel like it, make up different ways to play.
Talk to your friends about your favorite games and
activities: challenge them to come out and play with you!
Agree with your parents which are the best times of the day and week to
play (and, if possible, agree on the best times to play together).
Talk to your parents, siblings and friends about the meaning
of "fair-play". Playing/training is not about winning at any cost.
Learn to play on a regular basis. It is good for your health,
and you can do it throughout your life.