It’s one thing to talk about limiting screen time, but another to actually do it. So we asked our readers how you keep your kids active and off screens.
Lots of kids fear trying new things. How can you help yours develop courage and build resilience? Try these nine strategies.
According to a Canadian study in early child care centres, the benefits of adding more active play time into daily routines are more than just physical.
Our resources team has created this new collection of summer group activities and games that support both physical literacy and physical distancing.
Riding a bike can be one of the most freeing activities. Here are some of the current best practices for how to raise a skilled, bike-loving rider.
This year, Canadians can celebrate National Health and Fitness Day close to home with a full roster of virtual events, from workouts to movement sessions.
If you or your kids are trying to figure out ways to be active each day during this time of isolation, turn to the Recipe for an Active Day for ideas.
Little kids love to dance—especially when Mom, Dad, Grandpa, or Grandma joins in the fun! Try streaming our Epic Family Dance Party Playlist.
Looking for quick and easy activities for kids? Simply print this out, cut it, fold it, and glue it into a cube—then roll for an active challenge.
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.