By playing multiple sports, the idea is that kids will experience fewer overuse injuries, less burnout, and less dropout from activity.
When kids go through these sensitive development periods, actively stimulating certain potential capacities produces quick improvement.
In this Q&A, we take questions from and offer advice to parents who are concerned about their kids struggling in sports.
It’s never too late to improve our children’s movement skills. Check out these tips for how to keep them active.
These indoor winter activities provide easy options for kids to have fun and stay active on especially cold days.
In discussions of physical literacy, you’ll often hear talk of “fundamental movement skills.” What exactly are they?
Steve Morris offers advice and insights to parents as they navigate the world of youth sports.
Preliminary findings reveal youth-perceived barriers to physical activity and sport—useful information for parents, coaches, and educators.
When kids have learned to love physical activity, it means that they’ve developed their own internal, intrinsic motivation to move.
A new podcast from Harvard University is taking a deep dive into the brain science of early childhood.