These tips will help you get your kids off their screens, make a plan for managing screen time, and encourage them to get active.
In discussions of physical literacy, you’ll often hear talk of “fundamental movement skills.” What exactly are they?
Equine-assisted therapy has a host of benefits for kids with physical or cognitive disabilities or developmental delays.
AfL Pro gets sent out twice a year
Mind-body awareness, or being able to feel how your body responds to and holds onto emotions, is invaluable for people of all ages.
Participating in sports is just one way kids can grow up active and healthy. If your child isn’t into sports, try these alternative ideas.
Parents who love running often wonder whether their kids can join them. It depends on the age of the kids—and the parents’ expectations.
Creating an indoor play space for your child doesn’t have to be expensive! Here are some ideas for building your DIY activity centre.
A pediatric physiotherapist and nature play program director discusses why active outdoor play is so important for kids’ development.
A mother shares how she and her family have started walking daily, and how it’s given them an opportunity to have more quality time.
As parents, it can be anxiety-inducing to watch our children take part in risky play. These tips will help you to support and encourage them.
Children can begin helping in the kitchen from the time they’re toddlers. Here are some ideas for kid-friendly kitchen tasks and recipes.
These active outdoor games are variations of Hide and Seek. They’ll get kids moving and having fun while remaining physically distanced.