Here’s how to help your child master the basics of a skipping rope, so they can then try these six fun tricks!
When kids go through these sensitive development periods, actively stimulating certain potential capacities produces quick improvement.
My son has ADHD, and we’ve found some physical activities he can do at school that keep him from disrupting the class.
Playing games with babies to show them that people and items exist even when they can’t see them helps develop object permanence.
The tween years are hard. Check out these ideas to get your child active (hint: they incorporate some of your tween’s favourite things!).
Traditionally, loot bags are full of candy and treats. Why not change that up and stock them with fun, active toys for kids?
A year and a half into the pandemic, I worry about the impact of further restrictions on my kids’ mental health.
Getting a good night’s sleep is so important for us. Something that’s helped my own sleep, as well as my son’s, is yoga.
More communities are offering adapted and inclusive sports programs for kids with disabilities. Here are some examples across Canada.
I understand the value of risky and adventurous play. On the other hand, I’ve also seen it not turn out so well—with my own child.