Sarah is an editor with Active for Life, as well as a freelance writer and journalist. She worked at the CBC for 10 years, and in communications for a big Canadian company. From baseball to volleyball, skiing, and hiking, sports and outdoor activities have always been a big part of her life. Sarah lives in Toronto with her husband, young daughter, and their two adventurous dogs.
Active for Life is the place where parents go to learn about activities for kids. Physical education leads to physical literacy, which is critical for child development. Physical literacy also gives active kids the best chance to someday compete in high-performance sport. Kids activities are organized here by age and gender, so parents can find fun and engaging ways of making sure their children get the recommended daily amount of physical activity. Activities for toddlers are aimed at the development of fundamental movement skills, while activities for children build on the fundamentals to establish more complex sport skills that can be used to play any number of sports and activities. Exercises for kids enhance their physical development. In the early stages of child growth, early childhood development is dependent on appropriate exercises for children. Because kids play is good for kids health.