If you want to support an active environment at your child’s school, here are a few things you, as a parent, can do to help.
Eating the right foods can give kids the energy and stamina they need to perform. Check out these simple—and tasty—tips for fuelling young athletes.
Learn what unstructured free play is and why it’s so important our kids take part in it at every age.
Research shows that kids have been feeling more anxious in recent years. Learn why and what parents can do to help.
Discover the ultimate summer picnic recipes for family adventures! From sizzling halloumi skewers to vegan potato salad, these 10 recipes are delicious.
Here are some tips for locating adaptive and inclusive recreation and sports programming across Canada for your child.
Learn about early sports specialization in children and why researchers and experts are cautioning parents that this trend isn’t great for young kids.
When wildfire smoke affects air quality and it’s not safe to play outside, here are some indoor activities you can do with your kids.
The 2022 Rally Report takes stock of how Canadian girls and female sport leaders experienced sport last year.
The Coaching Association of Canada has launched the Mental Health and Sport Resource Hub to help coaches navigate athletes’ mental health challenges.
Learn what the guidelines are for how much screen time kids should get, and check out these tips for managing kids’ screen time.
Learn why outdoor play is critical to child development and an important part of sensory and motor development for young children.
Physical development is the combination of growth, maturation, and motor skill development during childhood.
Kids get an average 6 to 8 colds per year, affecting their energy levels. So, should kids be physically active while sick? Read this article to learn more.
Learn how incorporating physical activity into your child’s daily routine can help with the symptoms of after-school restraint collapse.
Sixth-graders share what they love about phys ed class—and offer some great insights for PE teachers on creating activities kids will enjoy.
As you adjust to life with your new baby, here’s how you can add some fitness time to your days with your little one.
It’s helpful to have snacks on hand in the summer that kids can grab for themselves. These recipes will keep them sustained!
Kids naturally seem drawn to bare feet and, as it turns out, there are actually many benefits to spending time barefoot outside.
Tryout season is an annual rite of passage that can be a horrible time for everyone involved. Here’s how to help.
Kim McMullen created Girl in the Wild to empower teenage girls, help them find their inner strength, and develop confidence.
As kids fall into sedentary behaviors and engage less in active play, they lose much of the strength and stamina needed to be active.
The Coaching Association of Canada has launched the Responsible Coaching Movement in hopes of making sport safer for kids.
Before sending your kids into school for the day, consider starting it with some movement! Here are some suggestions for a fun commute.