Sometimes it’s nice to have things to do that are light on equipment. These six games are super fun and require only a volleyball!
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.
During COVID-19, coaches have had to evolve fast to keep athletes engaged and active while they’re apart from their teammates.
One key indicator is showing confidence while attempting new activities
“Any questions?” This well-meaning phrase, when posed to a group of young female athletes, often results in 10 or more hands shooting up, and you as a coach end up standing there fielding questions like you’ve just entered your own personal press conference. You may be thinking to yourself, “Well that’s just how kids are.” … Continued
A new free multisport program in Nova Scotia is helping more Cape Breton Island children develop physical literacy while learning how to play various sports. Capers in the Community launched this summer and is being offered at no cost in towns throughout the Cape Breton Regional Municipality (CBRM). The four-day camp gives children ages five to … Continued
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
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Russell High School takes an all-inclusive approach
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Multisport pilot program helps kids reach their potential
Give your kids the gift of an active December with this cool printable
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The 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup ambassador shares her thoughts
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Her father signed her up for snowboard lessons when she was 11-years-old
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From gymnastics to skating, these sport skills will help your child develop physical literacy
Developing physically literacy from an early age creates versatile athletes and active adults