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What to do when a case of Parent Peer Pressure strikes

What to do when a case of Parent Peer Pressure strikes
September 14, 2016 No Comments »

Learn how to separate the signal from the noise Read More »

Webinar: The New Normal in Hockey

Webinar: The New Normal in Hockey
June 1, 2016 No Comments »

AfL editor-in-chief Richard Monette on the importance of LTAD in hockey Read More »

Webinar: A shared purpose in Canadian sport

Webinar: A shared purpose in Canadian sport
June 1, 2016 No Comments »

A challenge to Canadian sport organizations to implement Read More »

Now the youngest students can benefit from this school’s innovative approach to learning

Now the youngest students can benefit from this school’s innovative approach to learning
January 6, 2016 No Comments »

How to build a culture of personal excellence Read More »

Parent expectations in hockey: How to tell if your child is having fun and learning skills

Parent expectations in hockey: How to tell if your child is having fun and learning skills
October 28, 2015 No Comments »

Having fun and skills development go hand-in-hand Read More »

Nova Scotia aims to mobilize sport, education, recreation, and health leaders around physical literacy

Nova Scotia aims to mobilize sport, education, recreation, and health leaders around physical literacy
September 23, 2015 No Comments »

Bringing everyone together to help today's kids Read More »

Soccer can play an important role in the development of physical literacy

Soccer can play an important role in the development of physical literacy
August 18, 2014 No Comments »

Developing skills through play is both an effective and fun way to learn Read More »

Tennis Canada’s new program for kids aims to keep them having fun

Tennis Canada’s new program for kids aims to keep them having fun
June 3, 2014 2 Comments »

More fun means more playing, and that develops skills Read More »

If you’re raising a child athlete, think long-term

If you’re raising a child athlete, think long-term
March 11, 2013 3 Comments »

Developing physical literacy optimizes both lifelong physical activity and athlete development Read More »

English soccer goes kid-friendly

English soccer goes kid-friendly
June 16, 2012 6 Comments »

Recent changes in Canadian youth sports that promote children’s physical literacy are starting to happen in other countries. The motherland of soccer, England, is making sweeping changes to kids’ “football”. The English Football Association (FA, for short) is officially backing ... Read More »