These splash pads are not only refreshing and fun—they’re also the coolest free (or inexpensive) options in Canada.
Check out this helpful guide for the coolest children’s museums in Canada where your little ones can get hands-on experience with the fun exhibits.
As summer approaches, pack a picnic, grab your kids, and head to one of these awesome Canadian playgrounds!
Is there room in kids’ outdoor time for screens and apps? Learn how some Canadian programs are using tech to enhance experiences in nature.
The Outdoor Play and Learning (OPAL) program helps to increase opportunities for child-directed outdoor play throughout the school day.
Martial arts can help kids with autism develop cognitive abilities and physical literacy skills, as well as have fun!
Casual sport and neighbourhood play are important. But as our urban centres grow, competition for our public spaces increases as well.
Let kids play outside every day
Improv teaches how to communicate with your body
Kids learn lots of new sports at this Toronto day camp
Indigenous youth from Canada and the U.S. compete in 14 sports
A new way to lay the foundation for physical literacy
Music, visual, and tactile play-based scenarios
Actively fighting back can lessen the effects of this affliction
Family fun running, swinging, climbing, vaulting, and rolling
Time outdoors is a great way to cultivate physical abilities
Everything about TAC is fun and exciting; here are some highlights
You can play for fun in leagues, at local arenas, and in backyard rinks
As a parent, you have the power to change things
It develops balance, agility, and coordination
A late night basketball program for youth in Toronto’s community housing neighbourhoods
Hiking provides opportunities to share great experiences with your kids
Dr. Stacy Irvine on the organization’s dedication to teaching kids fundamental movement skills
Try to plan early, remain flexible, and find camps that offer a variety of outdoor activities