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.
These brain breaks are an easy way to add bursts of activity into your kids’ days, whether they’re in the classroom or being homeschooled.
Playgrounds should be fun, welcoming, accessible spaces for all kids. Here’s a look at how to make them more inclusive.
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By dialling down the pressure we put on young athletes, we can help them foster a love of sport and a desire to play simply because it’s fun.
Given the need for physical distancing, it can feel challenging to get kids active at school, but it’s not impossible! Try these activity ideas.
Our young athletes need us more than ever to help create the right circumstances for their development during this challenging time.
There’s a steep hill in our local forest that my kids (ages one, four, and six) love to scale. It’s muddy, slippery, and full of tree roots, with ample opportunities to fall, get up, and fall again. I absolutely love watching them challenge themselves to do this, because I can see how it builds their … Continued
You’ll likely remember these five classic games from your own childhood. Teach your kids these fun new-to-them games, and then play along with them!
If your kids are learning from home this school year, here are some DIY ideas for ways to get them moving outdoors during “recess” time.
Steve Morris offers advice and insights to parents as they navigate the world of youth sports.
The resource, from the Child and Nature Alliance of Canada, offers tips and support for parents and teachers to explore nature with kids year-round.
As her son returns to the rink, a hockey parent reflects on the sport’s importance to her family and the happy memories they’ve created around it.