The tween years are hard. Check out these ideas to get your child active (hint: they incorporate some of your tween’s favourite things!).
One little habit can lead to big changes. Here are some ideas for tiny mindfulness habits you can try with your family.
The playground is a great place for kids to develop fundamental movement skills. These games will help bring some direction to outdoor PE time.
Does your school have a nearby wooded area or forest? Use this space as an outdoor classroom during PE to build fundamental movement skills.
During the pandemic, what can PE teachers offer our students beyond free play on the playground? Check out these tips and ideas.
Given pandemic restrictions, it can be tough to come up with PE activities. One solution: Hack the playground and make an obstacle course!
In PE class, your school’s field is good for more than just soccer or baseball—and there’s a lot you can do on pavement too.
These active outdoor games are variations of Hide and Seek. They’ll get kids moving and having fun while remaining physically distanced.
By dialling down the pressure we put on young athletes, we can help them foster a love of sport and a desire to play simply because it’s fun.