A year and a half into the pandemic, I worry about the impact of further restrictions on my kids’ mental health.
More communities are offering adapted and inclusive sports programs for kids with disabilities. Here are some examples across Canada.
The lazy days of summer can get very hot and humid. Water activities can help you and your kids stay cool!
Moving everyday is good for all kids. So how do you get your non-sporty kid to be active? Try these fun activities!
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.
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!
Does your school have a nearby wooded area or forest? Use this space as an outdoor classroom during PE to build fundamental movement skills.
These indoor winter activities provide easy options for kids to have fun and stay active on especially cold days.
These books, for toddlers to teens and all kids in between, celebrate sports, active play, and time spent exploring in nature.
Summer’s not over yet! Make the most of your Labour Day weekend with these fun family activity ideas.
These creative and explorative nature activities will help you and your kids get outside, learn new things, and have fun together.
Besides bringing a sense of normalcy to this uncertain time, being outside and in the woods has a slew of physical and mental health benefits,
There’s no doubt about it: trying to juggle working from home with children is challenging. These activity ideas will help you out!
Even in self-isolation, your kids can keep on learning through play, using active games to keep them moving and learning at home.
Our “groundhog maze” brings active learning to life I introduced the activity by reading the storybook Ten Grouchy Groundhogs by Kathryn Heling and Deborah Hembrook. We talked about the legend of Groundhog Day and looked at pictures of real groundhogs. The children learned about groundhog behaviour, such as living in a burrow and hibernating in … Continued
This list offers plenty of fun and simple ideas that will help your young ones get active and develop skills in a variety of ways.
New activities and games for kids with mobility impairments
Games to play when the streetlights go on
Study shows the multi-sport approach builds physical literacy
Fresh ways to play in the fall air
Mastering physical literacy on land builds solid foundation
These fun games will develop skills while away with kids this summer
Use the gadgets to play games and keep active with the whole family
REACH collaboration aims to improve personal well-being