When it’s snowy and chilly outside, these chores will help get kids moving and helping out the family.
This year, my daughter and I set a goal: the 52 Hike Challenge. Every week, we’ll try to get out together in nature for a hike.
Cities and towns across Canada are embracing winter through fun activities that encourage residents to get moving outdoors.
Active play plays an essential role in kids’ development, and early years educators are uniquely positioned to incorporate active play.
Even though snow provides many opportunities for play, there are plenty of great outdoor winter activities for families when there’s no snow on the ground!
Risky and unstructured play have a crucial role in the physical, mental, and social development of children, says the Canadian Paediatric Society.
Outdoor play in the winter is so great for kids. Learn how it can even help keep our children healthy throughout the colder months of the year.
I Can, Too! by Karen Autio is the story of two active friends, one of whom has a physical disability and uses adaptive equipment to help her get around.
There are lots of ways to get kids involved in taking care of the planet. Try these fun and eco-friendly ideas.
An outdoor challenge is a great way to motivate your family to get active and have fun outside this year.
Extracurricular activities can provide a great physical outlet for our kids. Here’s how some families make them work with their budget.
These fun games combine physical activity with early reading skills development for children.
You can play so many games with a parachute! Try these fun activities with the kids in your life.
It was a good year of activities and games for kids in 2023! Here are some of our most-read articles this year.
A mom shares insight into her daughters’ preference for mixed-gender sports teams, fostering equality and diverse friendships.
Boost your family’s health with these simple nutrition hacks, perfect for busy schedules.
These are fun and simple ways to boost your French immersion child’s love of the language and make French a part of your life.
Check out these great stocking stuffer ideas that will get kids moving and having fun.
Dive into activities that offer fun, exercise, and a sense of accomplishment without team pressures.
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.
National Child Day is Nov. 20. Learn why the day is important and what celebratory events are taking place in your community.
Discover our top holiday picks for kids in 2023!
Goal-setting is a powerful tool that can help kids succeed in all aspects of their lives.
This guide to age-appropriate chores will help instill life skills and responsibility in your child, whether they’re a toddler or middle schooler.