Kids need plenty of active play to develop gross motor skills in their early years. We put together a list of activities for kids at every age to help with their physical literacy.
The ABCs of physical literacy refer to four basic capacities that are essential to developing fundamental movement skills.
Grandparents who babysit or take care of their grandkids have a great opportunity to play together and boost physical literacy.
Looking for a sport that will channel your child’s energy while teaching them about discipline and respect? Martial arts are a great option.
Here’s some advice for parents who have questions and concerns about their kids’ running, from their form to their enjoyment.
Movement enhances kids’ learning. Find out more about how active play and physical activity can help boost their brain power!
Yoga books encourage mental and physical literacy—plus, kids can learn common yoga poses in easy-to-understand language.
Dance has so many benefits for kids. It can help them develop new skills, get physically active, explore a creative art form, and more.
For coaches, when it comes to helping young kids love sport and movement, the secret is making playing and practicing fun.
It’s never too late to improve our children’s movement skills. Check out these tips for how to keep them active.