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Explain the difference between indoor and outdoor games.
|S.NO.||INDOOR GAMES||OUTDOOR GAMES|
|1.||Those games which can be played inside the home or any closed space are called indoor games.||Those games which require a huge open space for playing and cannot be played inside the home are outdoor games.|
|2.||There is no interference in the games by any kind of weather outside.||The weather conditions interfere with the games being played.|
|3.||Such games help to developmental skills and capabilities.||Such games develop physical skills and are mostly related to physical exercises.|
|4.||These games require a small area and are played by sitting in one place. No movement is required.||These games require a large area and the movement of the players occurs from one place to another.|
|5.||Examples: Chess, Snakes and Ladders, card game, carrom board.||Examples: Crickets, Basketball, Baseball, football, Hockey, Kho-Kho.|
|Indoor games||Outdoor games|
|They are played by sitting at one place within a closed environment.||They are played in an open and wide place.|
|Indoor games have fun rules and it is not tough. For e.g. Bhatukali, Sagargote. Exceptions: chess, carrom, etc. which have technical and sophisticated rules.||They have more technical and sophisticated rules than indoor games. The player ought to follow the rules.|
|Necessity for prior preparation/fitness|
|In indoor games, less physical energy is required as compared to outdoor games.||As outdoor games take more effort and physical energy to play than indoor games, physical fitness is given more importance.|
|No environmental restraints come into a factor in the case of indoor games. For e.g. As it is played within a closed environment, changes in weather do not affect the game.||Certain environmental restraints come into a factor in the case of outdoor games. For e.g. Cricket matches sometimes get postponed due to rain.|
|Bhatukali, Cards, Carrom, Chess, etc.||Cricket, Hockey, Football, Kabaddi, Lagori, etc.|
Concept: Types of Sports
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