Your baby’s brain is growing and forming new connections every day. Here are some activities you can do to help encourage their development.
Discover when babies start crawling, the importance of tummy time, and how to encourage baby’s movements and ensure safety at home.
Whether your baby is newborn or 11 months old, here are some fun indoor activities for infants of all ages.
Physical development is the combination of growth, maturation, and motor skill development during childhood.
As you adjust to life with your new baby, here’s how you can add some fitness time to your days with your little one.
Spending time on the grass with your baby is a great way to start them on the road to physical literacy. Here are some activity ideas.
Learn about new revisions to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s developmental milestones for kids ages zero to five.
Happy birthday, Baby! These tips will help you plan your little one’s first birthday party—and celebrate how great you’re doing as a parent.
Every baby is different and hits milestones at their own pace, but there are some easy things you can do to encourage yours to get moving!
Until now, your toddler has been the star of the show! These handy tips will help your older child adjust to life with their new sibling.
At four months old, babies are starting to become more mobile. Some simple yoga movements can help them develop strength and coordination.
Active Start is a free newsletter for parents and caregivers, tailored to your child’s age and full of fun activities and games.
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Active Start, our new newsletter series, is tailored to the age of your baby or toddler with activities and tips for new parents.
Playing games with babies to show them that people and items exist even when they can’t see them helps develop object permanence.
The bathtub is a great place for babies to play and bond with their caregiver. Here are four activities that will make baby bathtime fun.
An appreciative mom thanks her stroller for keeping her active and sane during the ups and downs of new parenthood.
Small spaces don’t have to equal small fun! Get your kids moving with these creative activities they can do on their own or with others.
When your baby is six months old, introducing clapping and movement games will encourage their language and muscle development.
Masks can make it more difficult for kids to read caregivers’ facial expressions. These tips will help you communicate with them so they feel more at ease.
These toys offer many great options for encouraging young children’s sensory play and brain development—and they’ll help promote physical literacy.
According to a Canadian study in early child care centres, the benefits of adding more active play time into daily routines are more than just physical.
A new podcast from Harvard University is taking a deep dive into the brain science of early childhood.
According to the Canadian 24-hour movement guidelines, babies and toddlers should not be restrained in strollers or seats for more than an hour at a time.