When my son reached his teen years, he wanted to stop playing hockey. That was hard for me to accept—but now he participates in activities he really loves.
It might seem difficult at times to get kids active on a budget. Check out these cheap or free activities your kids can do easily at home!
It’s helpful to have snacks on hand in the summer that kids can grab for themselves. These recipes will keep them sustained!
Celebrating Earth Day as a family is a great way to help kids learn about the environment. Here are some activities to do this Earth Day.
Ball hockey is versatile, fun, affordable—what’s not to love? Here’s how you can help your kids give it a try.
Even if your kids enjoy screen time, it doesn’t always have to be sedentary. These apps and websites will get kids active.
If you’re looking for ways to keep your child active while learning this year, check out our list of interactive museums across Canada!
My son has ADHD, and we’ve found some physical activities he can do at school that keep him from disrupting the class.
Crawling is traditionally believed to be important for developing babies’ gross motor skills and contributing to early brain development.
Getting your kids active when it’s cold outside can be a challenge. Try these fun STEM games to get them moving in winter weather.
Participating in sports is just one way kids can grow up active and healthy. If your child isn’t into sports, try these alternative ideas.