Step back in time with these fun old-fashioned activities for kids! Learn how to play sardines, marbles, elastics and more.
It doesn’t have to be difficult to keep your kids active in the summer! These printable resources will keep them moving and having fun.
Spending time on the grass with your baby is a great way to start them on the road to physical literacy. Here are some activity ideas.
From play to activity ideas to healthy snacks, here are eight memorable articles that our readers loved and shared this year.
This Thanksgiving weekend, these fun ideas will have your family creating memories together while getting active at the same time!
These active games will get your kids learning about math, science, and literacy while they play and have fun!
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.
I often find that my kids stay entertained longer when they engage in self-directed, open-ended play using loose parts from around our home.
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
Even in self-isolation, your kids can keep on learning through play, using active games to keep them moving and learning at home.
Here are some ways to get moving together as a family in the New Year.
When our son was five years old, he showed no interest in team sports. He would participate halfheartedly and then after the season we’d prompt him to sign up again. He’d politely say, “No, thank you.” After a frustrating T-ball season where we spent more time arguing with our son about going to T-ball than … Continued
Here’s a list of fun and active ways you and your family can get your silly on this April Fool’s Day.
Some parents get creative in keeping kids active in summer
We’ve grouped the activities into three categories (mobility, arms, and legs) to ensure your kids are balanced in their development. The activities have also been listed by the amount of time they take, so if you’ve only got 10 minutes in the school yard before the morning bell, you can easily find an activity that … Continued
This log helps parents schedule activity times, promote variety and celebrate milestones
Five more ideas to keep kids active in the home
15 Minutes Outside will help you get your kids outdoors, active and engaged