Discover engaging outdoor activities for 4 year olds! From soccer drills to nature scavenger hunts, ignite their imagination & developmental growth.
From balancing tricks to target practice, discover 12 fun-filled games your kids can play with bean bags. Ideal for at-home activities!
Explore 20 engaging indoor activities for 6-year-olds, from sock ball rolls to balloon keep-ups. Perfect for fun-filled days indoors!
Engage your kids with 14 active frisbee games like ultimate frisbee, hoop-bee, and more! Keep them entertained and energized with these fun activities.
Get your kids in the game with 10 fun and effective baseball drills and games! Improve skills, have fun, and build teamwork. Perfect for young athletes.
Whether your baby is newborn or 11 months old, here are some fun indoor activities for infants of all ages.
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.
Physical development is the combination of growth, maturation, and motor skill development during childhood.
This fall activities scavenger hunt is a fun way for kids to explore autumn changes and practice fundamental movement skills along the way.
Grandparents who babysit or take care of their grandkids have a great opportunity to play together and boost physical literacy.
A squishy ball is an easy craft for kids to do at home, and once they’ve created it, the games they can play are endless!
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.
Moving everyday is good for all kids. So how do you get your non-sporty kid to be active? Try these fun activities!
You might not have heard of these equestrian sports before, but they’re super fun and can help kids develop many different skills.
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.
One way to encourage kids to play is to prompt rather than suggest. Often, the activities they find the most engaging are the ones they invent themselves.
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.
According to early childhood education expert Dawne Clark, the key is to create an enriching home environment that invites physically active play.
Looking for quick and easy activities for kids? Simply print this out, cut it, fold it, and glue it into a cube—then roll for an active challenge.
Editor’s note: This article was updated on November 21, 2021. Here are a few simple games with sock balls that kids can play indoors with limited space and “equipment”—including single-player games kids can enjoy even when a parent or sibling isn’t able to join them. Start by raiding your sock drawer: each of the following … Continued
Kids in wheelchairs may be seated, but that doesn’t mean they have to be sitting still. Here are some ideas for fun, active games.