ActivePlay.ca is a new website with ideas and resources for early years educators who want to ensure the children in their care get the play opportunities they need.
This guide to age-appropriate chores will help instill life skills and responsibility in your child, whether they’re a toddler or middle schooler.
From balancing tricks to target practice, discover 12 fun-filled games your kids can play with bean bags. Ideal for at-home activities!
Time spent playing outdoors helps three-year-olds burn energy, develop physical literacy, and have fun. Try these activities with your little one.
Learning how to ride a bike is a quintessentially childhood experience. With these helpful, practical tips, you can help your toddler learn to ride.
Discover Montessori activities for toddlers & preschoolers to try at home. Encourage independence, creativity, and learning through play.
Risky play isn’t only important older children! Learn about the benefits of risky play for toddlers, as well as ways they can participate in it.
When you’ve got a rainy day or other circumstances keeping you inside, try these fun activities for your three-year-old!
Check out this great list of energy-busting outdoor winter activities for two-year-olds and help improve physical literacy in your toddlers.
This fun and exciting winter scavenger hunt is an excellent way for kids to explore the changes in winter weather and improve fundamental movement skills.
If your family lives in a small space and you’re looking for fun games and activities to keep your kids busy, check out these ideas.
Physical development is the combination of growth, maturation, and motor skill development during childhood.
How to choose the right daycare or preschool for your child? Check out this checklist developed by Sport for Life and Active for Life.
This fall activities scavenger hunt is a fun way for kids to explore autumn changes and practice fundamental movement skills along the way.
This list of simple, low-mess indoor activities will help your active two-year-old get their wiggles out!
Despite our best efforts to get our kids moving, sometimes they need to get inspiration elsewhere. That’s where these great books come in.
Grandparents who babysit or take care of their grandkids have a great opportunity to play together and boost physical literacy.
Family game nights are great, but sometimes kids have a hard time sitting still to play. These board games are hilarious fun and super active!
Try these tips and tricks to help get your kids back into a routine and schedule as a new school year starts.
It’s not uncommon for a child to be hesitant about participating in a sport. Here’s what we as parents can do to help encourage them.
Rock climbing is an awesome sport for kids. Here’s everything you need to know about getting your child into it.
From games and activities to good ol’ scavenger hunts, here are over 100 of our best outdoor play ideas for your kids.
Wondering how to keep your kids busy and happy through the summer months? This list of boredom busters to the rescue!
Like all fundamental movement skills, catching isn’t a skill that just “happens” on its own. It needs to be learned and developed.