Spring has sprung and the kids are itching to get outside, right? A helpful article from Babbits Sports Center had plenty of suggestions for outdoor activities, recommending that children get involved with soccer, basketball or baseball. Working in teams helps kids learn to interact with each other, according to Babbits.

Group sports aren’t just for the kids, however. Larger cities especially have a handful of organized recreational activities that adults can participate in—kickball leagues, running clubs, softball teams and more. Check local websites and bulletin boards near parks for more information, and you’re likely to find something that suits you. Teams usually require members to pay a small fee that goes toward things like uniforms and refreshments at games or meets. Group sports double as entertainment and exercise, and you’re bound to make a few new friends in the process. What are you waiting for? Time to lace up!