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.
Active for Life: Get Active at Home!
There are so many ways to enjoy active play inside and out — even if you don’t have a big backyard or playroom. Here are some ideas to get you started.
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.
Even in self-isolation, your kids can keep on learning through play, using active games to keep them moving and learning at home.
There’s no doubt about it: trying to juggle working from home with children is challenging. These activity ideas will help you out!
Creating an indoor play space for your child doesn’t have to be expensive! Here are some ideas for building your DIY activity centre.
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.
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.
If you’ve chosen to homeschool your kids this year, these tips and ideas will help you become an active homeschool family.
I don’t remember why or where we got the barrel, but for my kids, it’s been the best play prompt. It encourages their creativity and movement.
This week, we’re inspired by the book Where the Wild Things Are. These games and activities will help your kids be explorative and creative!