Although the real Olympic Games won’t be held until next year, there’s no reason why your family can’t enjoy some Olympics-themed fun at home this summer.
Plus eight simple strategies you can add to your toolbox to support children as they work through feelings of anxiety or stress.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve been thrust into extremely difficult and unprecedented days. It’s important to be kind to yourself.
There’s no doubt about it: trying to juggle working from home with children is challenging. These activity ideas will help you out!
Even in self-isolation, your kids can keep on learning through play, using active games to keep them moving and learning at home.
While we’re big advocates of screen-free play time, these apps can offer a little extra enticement to coax reluctant kids to play outside.
Get straight to the “merry and bright” portion of your holiday without having to scramble for the perfect gift. With the holiday season just around the corner, here are our picks for the best new active toys that will help develop your children’s physical literacy and keep them moving into the new year and beyond. … Continued
With some creativity, trampolines can be used for a lot more than just jumping. Children love to leap, but when you add a variety of activities to the usual jump routine, kids will bounce their way to even more fun. Safety should always come first, so before your child gets hopping, keep these safety tips … Continued
The summer slide. I’m not talking about the park or water variety. It’s the worry parents and teachers have that kids may lose some of their educational progress while on summer vacation. Will all their knowledge go slip-sliding away? We know that kids learn social skills, teamwork, and physical skills through play. But what if we … Continued
Canada is home to more than 1.6 million Indigenous people, including 600 First Nations communities, as well as Inuit and Métis communities. These distinct nations and groups have diverse histories, traditions, and cultures—as well as games and activities. Traditional sports and games can help strengthen an Indigenous child’s sense of culture and tradition while increasing … Continued