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Do kids still climb trees?

  1. The Ghostwriter profile image75
    The Ghostwriterposted 6 years ago

    Do kids still climb trees?

    I went for a walk around my local woodland area, a haunt for kids since the days of Robin Hood; there would always be kids with nets trying to catch minnows, sticklebacks and newts. There would be more kids in trees than leaves!

    What happened? When my dad took me the places where he played it had even more magic, the fact that I was following his childhood.

    Where will our kids take theirs ..... to their bedroom with a games console?

  2. Eleanor's Words profile image94
    Eleanor's Wordsposted 6 years ago

    Do children still climb trees? It was a question recently asked by a fellow hubber - initially I began to voice my thoughts and opinions in the question and answer section of hubpages. However, though the question is indeed quite simple, I found... read more

  3. rihsam10 profile image58
    rihsam10posted 6 years ago

    some times kids do climb on trees where they live in rural areas

  4. ShootersCenter profile image73
    ShootersCenterposted 6 years ago

    Most kids don't have access the empty woodlots and such but given the chance they still love to play outdoors. I took my 4yr old grandson hunting with me in a tree stand last year and he loved it.

  5. krisingreen profile image60
    krisingreenposted 6 years ago

    not in my hometown. not anymore. I kind of miss seeing kids climb trees. I used to climb a lot of trees when I was younger and there's no other feeling can top it; it's fun and definitely great especially when it's a fruit bearing tree. smile oh the joys of childhood. But sad to say, these days because of the technology most kids don't find climbing trees as fulfilling.
    thanks for asking

  6. mrpooper profile image57
    mrpooperposted 6 years ago

    Kids will climb trees if the video game they are playing requires it.

  7. drvosjeca profile image60
    drvosjecaposted 6 years ago

    No, these days kids climb only on computers...

 
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