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What is physical literacy? If you are educating parents on the concept for the first time, it can be tricky to communicate some of the nuances. This colourful infographic summarizes a lot of complex ideas into a simple format that parents will understand. You can either direct parents to the infographic webpage or you can download the infographic and print it as a poster handout.

Slide show

Our attention-grabbing slideshow airs in community and recreation centres across Canada. It shows captivating images on a continuous loop with messages promoting physical literacy.

Printable articles for parents

These articles have been well received by parents because of their simplicity and relevance. During your program, you can print copies and hand them out to parents for added learning.

Fortune teller

For school age kids, download and print this fortune teller, a favourite playground game, that gets kids practicing some of the fundamental movements that create the foundation for physical literacy. But don’t worry, they won’t realize that’s what they’re doing because they’ll be too busy having a blast with their friends (hint: you can try it too … how’s your physical literacy?)

Posters of active kids

Similar in appearance to our postcards, these letter size posters are perfect for broadcasting the physical literacy message in public spaces such as schools, recreation centres, and health offices.

“Parent Promise” posters

Encourage parents to commit to making physical activity a priority at home with our Parent Promise article and posters in your newsletters, on social media, in your school or facility and at events.

Multisport poster

For most sports and physical activities, kids should avoid specializing too early. In fact, they should try as many different sports and activities as possible before their teen years. You can help parents and coaches understand the benefits of multisport for kids by downloading this fun and informative poster in either 8.5×11 or 11×17 formats.

Presentation slide

Are you planning a presentation for educators, coaches, or others who could benefit from the content at Active for Life? You can use this slide to raise awareness of Active for Life’s articles and resources.

Twitter account for professionals

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your focus

Lists of articles and resources on specific topics.