All posts by Jim Grove

Let them get dirty and other tips for getting kids active in nature

Let them get dirty and other tips for getting kids active in nature
May 10, 2017 No Comments »

Parents can address nature-deficit disorder by nurturing nature-based play in the outdoors Read More »

Homeschool parents raising physically literate kids

Homeschool parents raising physically literate kids
May 4, 2017 No Comments »

Parents who homeschool find innovative ways to keep kids active Read More »

Ninja warrior girl is physical literacy in action

Ninja warrior girl is physical literacy in action
April 12, 2017 No Comments »

Lylah MacCall demonstrates superior agility, balance, and coordination Read More »

Trainability: How far can training and practice take your child?

Trainability: How far can training and practice take your child?
March 20, 2017 No Comments »

Training response in children varies widely according to age and genetics Read More »

Program innovation: Physical literacy for early childhood

Program innovation: Physical literacy for early childhood
February 8, 2017 1 Comment »

Mount Royal University undertakes new program for toddlers and preschoolers Read More »

Dance and physical literacy: The link between rhythm and movement

Dance and physical literacy: The link between rhythm and movement
January 19, 2017 No Comments »

Dance develops coordination, strength, and fitness Read More »

Self-regulation: How kids stay focused and control behavior

Self-regulation: How kids stay focused and control behavior
January 16, 2017 No Comments »

Mastering emotional responses to whatever life throws at us Read More »

Daily physical activity: 60 minutes of what?

Daily physical activity: 60 minutes of what?
December 7, 2016 No Comments »

Here’s what qualifies as suitable physical activity Read More »

Beyond 60 minutes: Making a habit of physical activity

Beyond 60 minutes: Making a habit of physical activity
October 13, 2016 No Comments »

Enjoyment is more important than duration Read More »