From balancing tricks to target practice, discover 12 fun-filled games your kids can play with bean bags. Ideal for at-home activities!
Discover Montessori activities for toddlers & preschoolers to try at home. Encourage independence, creativity, and learning through play.
If your family lives in a small space and you’re looking for fun games and activities to keep your kids busy, check out these ideas.
Kids get an average 6 to 8 colds per year, affecting their energy levels. So, should kids be physically active while sick? Read this article to learn more.
Here are some ways to keep your kids active and entertained while you’re sick.
It’s easy to create a movement space or room in the house where kids can move freely without worrying about breaking something.
From play to activity ideas to healthy snacks, here are eight memorable articles that our readers loved and shared this year.
Independent play is an important skill for children to develop. Here are some tips to help encourage your kids to try it.
Small spaces don’t have to equal small fun! Get your kids moving with these creative activities they can do on their own or with others.
When your baby is six months old, introducing clapping and movement games will encourage their language and muscle development.
These active games will get your kids learning about math, science, and literacy while they play and have fun!
By building short, fun bursts of physical activity into your daily routine, you’ll find you and your kids are more active.
While school is 100% important to me and my family, giving my kids the freedom to play outside every day is just as important.
Winter here in Canada is long, cold, and dark These play ideas will get you and your kids through the depths of it!
These indoor winter activities provide easy options for kids to have fun and stay active on especially cold days.
Creating an indoor play space for your child doesn’t have to be expensive! Here are some ideas for building your DIY activity centre.
These brain breaks are an easy way to add bursts of activity into your kids’ days, whether they’re in the classroom or being homeschooled.
If your kids are learning from home this school year, here are some DIY ideas for ways to get them moving outdoors during “recess” time.
If you’ve chosen to homeschool your kids this year, these tips and ideas will help you become an active homeschool family.
This week, we’re inspired by the book Where the Wild Things Are. These games and activities will help your kids be explorative and creative!
This week at Day Camp at Home, the activities are all about water play! These fun games and crafts will help kids keep cool during the summer heat.
This week in our at-home summer camp, try these games, activities, and books that will take your child on a deep-sea adventure (ocean not required!).
In our Day Camp at Home, this week we’re sharing tons of environmentally friendly and Earth-aware games and activity ideas.
We may not be able to cheer on Team Canada at the 2020 Olympic Games this year, but there are lots of fun ways to get your kids in the Olympic spirit.