The given bar chart shows the percentage of the leisure time activities preferred by the Australian girls and boys aged five to 14. Overall, watching television and playing computer games have become the most preferable activities for them. In the other activities, the girls are more likely to engage in crafting, rather than to what boys do in biking and skateboarding.
It is clear that the kids' screen time become more time-consuming activities than other activities. Watching television has seized a hundred percent of their spare time. In fact, it has successfully reduced a computer gaming time by 20% (boys) and by 40% (girls).
Fortunately, children still commit with the other physical activities indirectly offering benefits for their health and creativity. The data proves that over the half percentage of the teenage girls (59%), they spend time on biking and doing crafts, while the other 39% of the boys' free time are used for both skateboarding and crafting. However, biking (78%) and skateboarding (39%) are the boys' most preferable sport activities. Nevertheless, 59% of the girls are interested in crafting, so they can enhance their art skills.