Kids need plenty of active play to develop gross motor skills in their early years. We put together a list of activities for kids at every age to help with their physical literacy.
As you adjust to life with your new baby, here’s how you can add some fitness time to your days with your little one.
I’m not an athletic person, but I went out on a limb and signed up for a Bollywood dance class. I surprised myself but how much I liked it!
More communities are offering adapted and inclusive sports programs for kids with disabilities. Here are some examples across Canada.
Kids’ sports can be expensive, but there are some low-cost options out there! Check out this list of affordable sports your child can try.
By posting videos of himself dancing bhangra, Gurdeep Pandher says he’s trying to spread joy, hope, and positivity around the world.
Dance has so many benefits for kids. It can help them develop new skills, get physically active, explore a creative art form, and more.
During COVID-19, coaches have had to evolve fast to keep athletes engaged and active while they’re apart from their teammates.
Little kids love to dance—especially when Mom, Dad, Grandpa, or Grandma joins in the fun! Try streaming our Epic Family Dance Party Playlist.
Middle school is a tough time to find activities to participate in. It can be nearly impossible in rural communities. The Cape Breton Regional Municipality Recreation Department along with the Department of Communities Culture and Heritage decided to mend this gap for young girls ages 12-16 with the program “After The Bell” (ATB). ATB is a … Continued
Meet Jenn Carson. She’s a mom, an active community member, an author, a yogi, and the Library Director of LP Fisher Public Library, in Woodstock, New Brunswick. And she’s turning libraries on their head. Or at least the people using her library. Jenn, also known as the “Yoga Librarian,” is on a mission to change … Continued
Resources introduce more kids to the physical, emotional, and social benefits of dance
Even if it’s not easy to do some things with your kids, like dance every morning, you should still do those things. Because you may not realize the true value of those activities for years.
It’s summer! If you’re looking for the perfect ingredients for backyard fun, add a pinch of friends and family, a dash of laughter, a smidge of silly, a dab of imagination, and a sprinkle of … sprinklers! Sun and waterplay go together like lemonade and ice cubes. When the temperatures go up, kids love to … Continued
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These silly elves sure love to move! Here are our top 10 favourite Elf on the Shelf ideas.
A delightful book to get little ones moving
Edgar strives to combine physical activity with culture for healthy living
It’s never too late try something new and be active for life
James Corden and Jennifer Lopez try to keep up with toddlers
Olympian Jennifer Heil talks about how she takes care of herself while raising two active boys.
Kids disinclined to play sports can still enjoy activities that develop fundamental movement skills