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The garden

The garden is an open space in which each of us is free to do what he wants. Every person would like to have a house with a garden or with any courtyard in the open area. There are those who want it because a land is created in which to grow vegetables, there are those who want it because they are passionate about plants and flowers and therefore want to embellish and give color to their homes, there are those who would like it simply for the taste to organize small parties or whoever would like to have it to give space to their children so that they can play safely unlike what they can do at home. Each person would have a good reason to create a space of their own just to spend moments of tranquility breathing in the open air. But who doesn’t have a garden? Obviously, those who do not have their own courtyard have limits in doing what they want but could take advantage of public spaces such as playgrounds or municipal houses. Spaces where, respecting all the rules, you can meet with friends, with your partner, you can take the children to play or simply the dog for a walk.

What to do in the garden


Among all the things listed that can be done in the garden, often and willingly, people create this space for their children to play and feel good without having to leave home. Playing outdoors is good at any time of the year, regardless of whether it’s hot or cold or whether it’s raining or sunny. Unless the weather conditions are really bad, the sun, rain and wind have never hurt anyone. From the first months of life, children also need to be outdoors, not everything that could be learned in outdoor places can be learned within the walls of a house. We are all aware of the needs of children, they need to jump, run, touch and experience new things. Even if it’s hard to believe, playing outside the home is important for children’s learning, sociability and psychophysical well-being. Knowing the world from all points of view is important for the growth of the little ones.

Spaces for children

There are no particular and specific ages to go to the park, to the house or to stay out in the garden. All children, regardless of their age, must have the opportunity to experience something new every day. Everyone must have the opportunity to touch everything around us, whether it is a branch that has fallen from a tree or whether it is the leaves or flowers of a plant. They must breathe that pure air that is not present in the house, they must learn to smell the flowers and feel the delicacy of their perfume, they must be able to observe and admire the beauty of what surrounds them, they must understand from an early age the things that can be do and dangerous things, in short, they have to live their life as every adult has done previously. The adult can help the little ones in looking for something of interest, even a game, but then it’s up to them to grasp the meaning of everything around them. Just as the grown-ups have their spaces, so must the little ones have them and as the grown-ups have learned wrongly, so they will learn too. An adult cannot help but accompany them hand in hand towards the path of growth.

One … two … three … star!

But what are the games to play in the garden? There are many, children’s imagination has no limits, but we will focus on a well known one: One .. two .. three… star! It’s a group game, young and old can participate, it’s not what matters. We start by counting, the draw will be the one who “is below” or the one who will lean against a wall and give his back to the participants who will line up about twenty meters behind him. The one who “is below” will begin to say aloud “One .. two .. three … star!” and it will whirl around. While the player below will be from behind, the rest of the participants are free to move, walk or do anything else as they approach. But when the player who counts turns around suddenly, they must all remain motionless. The player who stood from behind to count, for 3 minutes, to annoy, talk and make others laugh as long as he does not touch them. If any of the players move, they must retreat and return to the starting position. The aim is to be able to get to the wall first without the one who “is below” catching us in motion. Whoever gets to the wall first will have to shout: “Stellone!”. The winner will then be the one who will stay under but, unlike other games, the 2 being under ”is conceived as a prize and not a punishment. Of course there are some variations that make the game faster and harder. A variant, for example, is in English, consists in pronouncing “red light, green light” (red light, green light) referring to the lights of the traffic lights. talk and make others laugh as long as you don’t touch them. If any of the players move, they must retreat and return to the starting position. The aim is to be able to get to the wall first without the one who “is below” catching us in motion. Whoever gets to the wall first will have to shout: “Stellone!”. The winner will then be the one who will stay under but, unlike other games, the 2 being under ”is conceived as a prize and not a punishment. Of course there are some variations that make the game faster and harder. A variant, for example, is in English, consists in pronouncing “red light, green light” (red light, green light) referring to the lights of the traffic lights. talk and make others laugh as long as you don’t touch them. If any of the players move, they must retreat and return to the starting position. The aim is to be able to get to the wall first without the one who “is below” catching us in motion. Whoever gets to the wall first will have to shout: “Stellone!”. The winner will then be the one who will stay under but, unlike other games, the 2 being under ”is conceived as a prize and not a punishment. Of course there are some variations that make the game faster and harder. A variant, for example, is in English, consists in pronouncing “red light, green light” (red light, green light) referring to the lights of the traffic lights. The aim is to be able to get to the wall first without the one who “is below” catching us in motion. Whoever gets to the wall first will have to shout: “Stellone!”. The winner will then be the one who will stay under but, unlike other games, the 2 being under ”is conceived as a prize and not a punishment. Of course there are some variations that make the game faster and harder. A variant, for example, is in English, consists in pronouncing “red light, green light” (red light, green light) referring to the lights of the traffic lights. The aim is to be able to get to the wall first without the one who “is below” catching us in motion. Whoever gets to the wall first will have to shout: “Stellone!”. The winner will then be the one who will stay under but, unlike other games, the 2 being under ”is conceived as a prize and not a punishment. Of course there are some variations that make the game faster and harder. A variant, for example, is in English, consists in pronouncing “red light, green light” (red light, green light) referring to the lights of the traffic lights. Of course there are some variations that make the game faster and harder. A variant, for example, is in English, consists in pronouncing “red light, green light” (red light, green light) referring to the lights of the traffic lights. Of course there are some variations that make the game faster and harder. A variant, for example, is in English, consists in pronouncing “red light, green light” (red light, green light) referring to the lights of the traffic lights.

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