Research shows that kids have been feeling more anxious in recent years. Learn why and what parents can do to help.
These splash pads are not only refreshing and fun—they’re also the coolest free (or inexpensive) options in Canada.
Time spent playing outdoors helps three-year-olds burn energy, develop physical literacy, and have fun. Try these activities with your little one.
Discover thrilling outdoor experiences for families in Canada! Unearth dinosaur bones in Alberta or hike through British Columbia’s ancient forests.
Transform your backyard into an active play space for your kids! Get practical tips and creative ideas to encourage outdoor fun and physical activity.
This fun and exciting scavenger hunt is the perfect activity for kids to embrace the spring season after a long and cold winter.
Learn why outdoor play is critical to child development and an important part of sensory and motor development for young children.
This fun and exciting winter scavenger hunt is an excellent way for kids to explore the changes in winter weather and improve fundamental movement skills.
These simple (and budget-friendly!) outdoor games will get your kids excited about getting outside and moving their bodies.
Here’s a round-up of our top games and activities that will be a hit with everyone in the family—both grown-ups and kiddos.
Learn how incorporating physical activity into your child’s daily routine can help with the symptoms of after-school restraint collapse.
Here are some tips for parents who want to encourage more outdoor time during the day at their kids’ school.
It’s tempting to get cozy as soon as crisp fall weather arrives! Here’s how to help kids enjoy outdoor play as the temperature drops.
From games and activities to good ol’ scavenger hunts, here are over 100 of our best outdoor play ideas for your kids.
Wondering how to keep your kids busy and happy through the summer months? This list of boredom busters to the rescue!
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.
Kids naturally seem drawn to bare feet and, as it turns out, there are actually many benefits to spending time barefoot outside.
Celebrating Earth Day as a family is a great way to help kids learn about the environment. Here are some activities to do this Earth Day.
Before sending your kids into school for the day, consider starting it with some movement! Here are some suggestions for a fun commute.
You don’t need fancy equipment for sensory play! Everything your kids need for engaging sensory play can be found outside.
Is there room in kids’ outdoor time for screens and apps? Learn how some Canadian programs are using tech to enhance experiences in nature.
Here’s how to gently encourage your tweens to put down their phone or laptop and get active—and having fun—outside.
Winter is a great time for kids to try new sports. Here are a few of the best ones to get into this season!
Making a mandala is an artistic activity that immerses kids in nature while spending time together outdoors as a family.