Karate/Martial Arts To Channelise Energy
‘Karate’ means empty-handed.When kids learn karate, they do different postures and ways to channelise their energy.It also helps them to concentrate and calm their minds.Building confidence, learning to focus, and developing enhanced coordination are just a few of the benefits of martial arts for hyperactive kids.
Outdoor sports for Constant Activity
Outdoor sports like football, basketball, volleyball, baseball, and badminton are great activity for hyperactive kids as there is no standing around time in these games.Your children will be constantly moving and using large muscle groups, keeping them focused and energy-drained. They also get to learn about team spirit, sportsmanship, and competition.If you can’t put them for any outdoor sports, make them take up running, which offers constant movement, health benefits, and a sense of accomplishment.
Music to Calm the Mind
Music is a great way to unwind after school. Music exercises both sides of the brain at the same time.Thus, calming the brain, which in turn makes your kids multi-task and store information better.When they are part of a band, or sing/play chorus, they learn to be a team player.
Swimming for Self-Discipline
He took up swimming to master a sport and vent his energy.Olympic gold-medalist Michael Phelps was diagnosed with ADHD at the age of 9.Swimming is a great exercise for hyperactive kids as it offers constant movement, self-discipline, and calorie-burn.
Theatre for Creative Engagement
Drama or theatre is a creative activity to engage the hyperactive kids. It needs practice, co-ordination, sharp memory, stage confidence, and people skills. It helps the kids to take personal challenges ,and hone their public-speaking skills.
Nature trails to Soothe the Body
Nature has its own ways to soothe a hyperactive child.And trust us, kids will love to be in natural surroundings.Trekking, hiking, rock-climbing, rowing, etc. are great options for your bundle of high-energy.
Games like scrabble, chess, matching pairs, etc. are a great exercise for brain.These are engaging options for hyperactive kids as they make them sit in one place and concentrate.These type of games are ideal for kids with short-attention span and high energy to build their confidence and interest.