I started walking because it was easy. Now I walked with purpose. I walked so I would get out of bed in the morning.
Active Start, our new newsletter series, is tailored to the age of your baby or toddler with activities and tips for new parents.
If you’re looking for ways to keep your child active while learning this year, check out our list of interactive museums across Canada!
Yoga books encourage mental and physical literacy—plus, kids can learn common yoga poses in easy-to-understand language.
By playing multiple sports, the idea is that kids will experience fewer overuse injuries, less burnout, and less dropout from activity.
This Thanksgiving weekend, these fun ideas will have your family creating memories together while getting active at the same time!
Instead of fighting kids about their screen use, try these small and realistic changes to form healthy family habits around screens.
Some people feel that homework is key to developing of independent learning skills, while others think it should stay in the classroom.
The Outdoor Play and Learning (OPAL) program helps to increase opportunities for child-directed outdoor play throughout the school day.
Here’s how to help your child master the basics of a skipping rope, so they can then try these six fun tricks!