Discover why gymnastics is the ideal starting point for developing physical literacy. Build strength, flexibility, coordination, and balance with this dynamic sport.
This fun and exciting scavenger hunt is the perfect activity for kids to embrace the spring season after a long and cold winter.
When you’ve got a rainy day or other circumstances keeping you inside, try these fun activities for your three-year-old!
This fun and exciting winter scavenger hunt is an excellent way for kids to explore the changes in winter weather and improve fundamental movement skills.
The ABCs of physical literacy refer to four basic capacities that are essential to developing fundamental movement skills.
This fall activities scavenger hunt is a fun way for kids to explore autumn changes and practice fundamental movement skills along the way.
Rock climbing is an awesome sport for kids. Here’s everything you need to know about getting your child into it.
Climbing trees is a time-honoured tradition for kids, but it also offers them a whole bunch of benefits. Learn more about what those are.
These awesome retro activities are simple, low-cost, and tech-free. They’re sure to get your child outside and having fun this summer.
Kin-Ball is a fast-paced, interactive sport that engages a wide range of skills, while promoting physical activity, sportsmanship, and teamwork.
Cricket is gaining momentum as a fun physical activity option in schools across Canada. Learn more about why the sport is so great for kids.
Ball hockey is versatile, fun, affordable—what’s not to love? Here’s how you can help your kids give it a try.
Here’s some advice for parents who have questions and concerns about their kids’ running, from their form to their enjoyment.
Fencing is a great way for kids to stay active, build self-esteem, improve academic performance, and foster lifelong friendships.
Equine-assisted therapy has a host of benefits for kids with physical or cognitive disabilities or developmental delays.
You might not have heard of these equestrian sports before, but they’re super fun and can help kids develop many different skills.
I don’t remember why or where we got the barrel, but for my kids, it’s been the best play prompt. It encourages their creativity and movement.
Although the real Olympic Games won’t be held until next year, there’s no reason why your family can’t enjoy some Olympics-themed fun at home this summer.
Instead of dwelling on what we can’t do this summer, we’re going to use the next two months of unscheduled days as an opportunity.
First up in our Day Camp at Home series are animal-themed games and activities that’ll keep you and your kids active, engaged, and having fun.
For many of us, the pandemic has added stress to our lives. Try these yoga poses with your kids to help them relieve their anxious feelings.
To get kids outside and give them an all-over workout, here’s how you can create your own obstacle course.
The snow is gone, the birds are singing, and my kids are full of energy. Thankfully, spring offers many opportunities for children to get moving outdoors.
If you or your kids are trying to figure out ways to be active each day during this time of isolation, turn to the Recipe for an Active Day for ideas.