A mud kitchen—an outdoor play kitchen and sand table accessorized with dirt, twigs, and flowers—is messy, wet, and gloriously fun.
Although COVID-19 has made the days blur together, one that you won’t want to forget is Mother’s Day. Here are some ways to safely celebrate!
Children pick things up faster when they’re having fun. So here are five fun activities that can help build your child’s bike-riding skills.
AfL Pro gets sent out twice a year
When you “blend” these three ingredients, they become a “super-smoothie” that kids can’t resist. The recipe is called physical literacy.
An appreciative mom thanks her stroller for keeping her active and sane during the ups and downs of new parenthood.
Canadian Olympian Adam Kreek reflects on the influence of positive coaches in his career and offers tips for sports parents.
Small spaces don’t have to equal small fun! Get your kids moving with these creative activities they can do on their own or with others.
Jumpstart Charities is gifting large-scale playgrounds to cities across Canada, giving kids the opportunity to take part in inclusive play.
With a little research and creativity, I found some ways my low-income family could add more physical activity to our life.
As a parent, it can be scary to let your child play out of your sight. But when done wisely, it has great benefits for kids.
When your baby is six months old, introducing clapping and movement games will encourage their language and muscle development.
If your outdoor play space is a few squares of sidewalk, your kids can still have fun, active play with these games!