The Outdoor Play and Learning (OPAL) program helps to increase opportunities for child-directed outdoor play throughout the school day.
Skateboarding has developed in a lot of different directions over the years. This summer, for the first time, it’s an official sport at the Olympics in Tokyo.
During the pandemic, cities got creative in making play-friendly parks, streets, and other areas for families to enjoy.
Libraries these days are exploring a different type of literacy—physical literacy. Learn what sports equipment is available at your library.
Parachute’s Safe Kids Week runs from May 30 to June 5 this year, and the theme is #PlaySafeOutdoors. Here’s how to take part.
A mud kitchen—an outdoor play kitchen and sand table accessorized with dirt, twigs, and flowers—is messy, wet, and gloriously fun.
Jumpstart Charities is gifting large-scale playgrounds to cities across Canada, giving kids the opportunity to take part in inclusive play.
Martial arts can help kids with autism develop cognitive abilities and physical literacy skills, as well as have fun!
If you’re wondering where to walk this winter, check out this province-by-province guide to some of the best winter trails across Canada.
These books, for toddlers to teens and all kids in between, celebrate sports, active play, and time spent exploring in nature.