It’s not easy to be shuttered indoors during COVID-19, but these are some simple ways to help kids stay active and distracted.
Puddles provide kids with opportunities to learn about movement, the natural world, and play. Here are some tips for soaking up puddle fun.
We’ve been studying how providing early childhood educators with physical literacy training affects the children in their care.
Through yoga, kids learn how to find a sense of inner calm and self-esteem as well as developing flexibility, strength, and balance.
Even while social distancing, families can get out for walks in their neighbourhood. Here are some ideas to keep things fun and fresh.
Even in self-isolation, your kids can keep on learning through play, using active games to keep them moving and learning at home.
While we’re big advocates of screen-free play time, these apps can offer a little extra enticement to coax reluctant kids to play outside.
Few kids today meet the recommended guidelines for daily physical activity. Here’s what we can do about it.
Kids in wheelchairs may be seated, but that doesn’t mean they have to be sitting still. Here are some ideas for fun, active games.
It can be difficult to keep time on screens—from computers to TV to tablets—in check. Here are some tips for how to do it.