This year, Canadians can celebrate National Health and Fitness Day close to home with a full roster of virtual events, from workouts to movement sessions.
For many of us, the pandemic has added stress to our lives. Try these yoga poses with your kids to help them relieve their anxious feelings.
One activity that’s simple to plan, free, safe, and incredibly beneficial for our kids during this pandemic? Unstructured nature play.
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Even in self-isolation, your kids can keep on learning through play, using active games to keep them moving and learning at home.
To get kids outside and give them an all-over workout, here’s how you can create your own obstacle course.
The snow is gone, the birds are singing, and my kids are full of energy. Thankfully, spring offers many opportunities for children to get moving outdoors.
Angie Abdou’s kids are participating in Zoom meetings with their teammates, doing at-home family workouts, and joining her on runs.
I often find that my kids stay entertained longer when they engage in self-directed, open-ended play using loose parts from around our home.
With some schools reopening, a Quebec teacher tells the CBC that while students and teachers are happy to be back, there’s a lot of uncertainty too.
If you or your kids are trying to figure out ways to be active each day during this time of isolation, turn to the Recipe for an Active Day for ideas.
One way to encourage kids to play is to prompt rather than suggest. Often, the activities they find the most engaging are the ones they invent themselves.
Plus eight simple strategies you can add to your toolbox to support children as they work through feelings of anxiety or stress.