Physical literacy is when kids have developed the skills, confidence, and love of movement to be physically active for life
Resources for educators, caregivers, camp leaders, and after-school program leaders who want to deliver physical literacy instruction to children
There are plenty of ways to get them active indoors and outdoors even when the snow starts to fall
Download additional language translations of our physical literacy resources.
To understand the movement mechanics of fundamental movement skills (FMS), it is helpful to see them performed.
An easy way to get kids active on a daily basis: the trip to and from school.
Spread the message about the importance of physical literacy to as many people as possible.
Stroller activities and activity goals to make your next excursion with baby fun and interesting.
Introduction to the concepts of physical and health literacy for children
Free postcards, bookmarks and more that help promote physical literacy
Websites and external links to additional resources. Ideal for educators, caregivers, camp leaders, and after-school program leaders.
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Show captivating images on a continuous loop with messages that promote physical literacy
Run, jump, swing, glide. When it comes to physical literacy, these essential skills open up a lifetime of fun and activities.