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 engaging outdoor activities for 4 year olds! From soccer drills to nature scavenger hunts, ignite their imagination & developmental growth.
From balancing tricks to target practice, discover 12 fun-filled games your kids can play with bean bags. Ideal for at-home activities!
Engage your kids with 14 active frisbee games like ultimate frisbee, hoop-bee, and more! Keep them entertained and energized with these fun activities.
Time spent playing outdoors helps three-year-olds burn energy, develop physical literacy, and have fun. Try these activities with your little one.
June is a time for celebrations—from graduations to Father’s Day to Pride and even the arrival of summer. And another very important celebration taking place this month is National Indigenous Peoples Day. Happening on June 21, National Indigenous Peoples Day is an important opportunity for adults and children alike to learn more about the cultures, … Continued
Whether you’re looking for games for a big group or just a few, this list is a great go-to guide for fun, active, no-equipment outdoor games!
Check out this exciting list of fun boredom-busting indoor activities for 4 year olds.
Step back in time with these fun old-fashioned activities for kids! Learn how to play sardines, marbles, elastics and more.
Whether your baby is newborn or 11 months old, here are some fun indoor activities for infants of all ages.
This fun and exciting scavenger hunt is the perfect activity for kids to embrace the spring season after a long and cold winter.
When you’ve got a rainy day or other circumstances keeping you inside, try these fun activities for your three-year-old!
These simple (and budget-friendly!) outdoor games will get your kids excited about getting outside and moving their bodies.
The ABCs of physical literacy refer to four basic capacities that are essential to developing fundamental movement skills.
This fall activities scavenger hunt is a fun way for kids to explore autumn changes and practice fundamental movement skills along the way.
Despite our best efforts to get our kids moving, sometimes they need to get inspiration elsewhere. That’s where these great books come in.
Sixth-graders share what they love about phys ed class—and offer some great insights for PE teachers on creating activities kids will enjoy.
As your toddler gets more mobile, their balance and coordination will develop. Here are some great ways to support them as they grow.
Kin-Ball is a fast-paced, interactive sport that engages a wide range of skills, while promoting physical activity, sportsmanship, and teamwork.
A few specific toys and gear items will help your kids jump into spring (and puddles!) while keeping outdoor time fun and active.
You don’t need fancy equipment for sensory play! Everything your kids need for engaging sensory play can be found outside.
A personal trainer from England has created an impressive variety of super-fun exercise videos for kids, starring their favourite superheroes!
Physical Literacy What exactly is physical literacy? These graphics make it easy to understand. Physical Literacy Infographic APPLE Model poster Physical literacy checklists for ages 0 to 9 years Activities Get kids moving and developing physical literacy with these resources: Activities for 0 to 3 year old children Activities for kids and parents (1-12 years) … Continued