It might seem difficult at times to get kids active on a budget. Check out these cheap or free activities your kids can do easily at home!
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Grandparents who babysit or take care of their grandkids have a great opportunity to play together and boost physical literacy.
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
This list offers plenty of fun and simple ideas that will help your young ones get active and develop skills in a variety of ways.
Unbox your child’s imagination
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Use household items for water fun this summer
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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How to keep kids moving and having fun
Improv teaches how to communicate with your body
Use loose parts to unleash your child’s creativity
Give this fun family activity a try
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Learn the basics of an overhand throw
Spend time outside to de-stress
Common strategies to help kids with ASD
Forget summer plans, keep kids in school instead
Games to play when the streetlights go on
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This game will keep kids active this holiday
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