All posts by Jim Grove

Steve Nash’s dad on kids in sport

Steve Nash’s dad on kids in sport
July 26, 2016 1 Comment »

John Nash shares insights on raising successful kids Read More »

Grassroots program in Dublin develops girls’ physical literacy

Grassroots program in Dublin develops girls’ physical literacy
July 5, 2016 No Comments »

Bringing hope and change to less advantaged youth Read More »

Child care centre starts kids on physical literacy journey

Child care centre starts kids on physical literacy journey
May 15, 2016 No Comments »

A new pilot program gives children 1-5 an active start in motor skill development Read More »

15 signs that your child is physically literate

15 signs that your child is physically literate
March 28, 2016 1 Comment »

One key indicator is showing confidence while attempting new activities Read More »

Bunny hopping

Bunny hopping
March 26, 2016 No Comments »

A fun activity for kids 3-8 that celebrates our furry friends and develops an important movement skill Read More »

Misty Copeland’s unlikely success redefines ballet

Misty Copeland’s unlikely success redefines ballet
March 23, 2016 No Comments »

An inspirational story of will helping to triumph over conventional wisdom Read More »

Talent development vs. talent identification: Give kids a chance

Talent development vs. talent identification: Give kids a chance
February 29, 2016 1 Comment »

Pre-teen years should emphasize skills development for all Read More »

Canucks Autism Network delivers physical literacy

Canucks Autism Network delivers physical literacy
February 15, 2016 No Comments »

Life-changing recreation, sports, and arts programs for kids Read More »

This child overcame challenges to be a Paralympian

This child overcame challenges to be a Paralympian
February 12, 2016 No Comments »

Benoit Huot couldn't play hockey, but he sure can swim Read More »