"Not that long ago, children spent the majority of their free time playing outside. Discovering secret hideouts, catching frogs, crickets and glow worms, and inventing fun games together was part of everyday life. Now, they’re spending up to 5 hours a day watching TV. But we can’t blame it all on TV as our busy lives sometimes get in the way, as well as the fact that kids often don’t know what to play outside. Furthermore, their safety is becoming a large issue. However, there is a simple way to teach them some great team building and reaction developing games in the safety of your own garden..."