Winter days are short, but if you spend the season pining for summer, it sure can feel long. Try this instead: lean in and embrace winter!
The playground is a great place for kids to develop fundamental movement skills. These games will help bring some direction to outdoor PE time.
Does your school have a nearby wooded area or forest? Use this space as an outdoor classroom during PE to build fundamental movement skills.
In the winter, it’s tempting to hibernate inside. These tips will provide motivation for you and your kids to get outside for active fun!
With the holidays over, January can feel like a long, dark month. These play ideas will get your and your kids through the depths of winter!
Kids love to play in fresh snow. With these active ideas, they’ll never run out of games to play outdoors this winter!
Because everyone should get outside and play this winter, here are some ways to make sure your kids keep warm and play safely.
A pediatric physiotherapist and nature play program director discusses why active outdoor play is so important for kids’ development.
As parents, it can be anxiety-inducing to watch our children take part in risky play. These tips will help you to support and encourage them.
These active outdoor games are variations of Hide and Seek. They’ll get kids moving and having fun while remaining physically distanced.