When school’s not in session, regular routines often go out the window. Here are some tips for adding structure to your family’s day.
Here’s how parents can know when to intervene in their children’s risky play, and how to help facilitate acceptable risk.
The Active for Life fortune teller inspires movement, from balancing on one foot to catching a ball to crab-walking.
The Ability Toolkit: A Resource for Parents of Children and Youth with a Disability is an information booklet intended to aid parents in helping children of all abilities to meet the physical activity recommendations of the Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines. The toolkit explains the guidelines, provides advice for modifying physical activities to make them more … Continued
As a teacher, do you want to help children develop physical literacy? Would you like an easy shortcut for creating your own lesson plans to do so? Luckily, there’s a range of excellent free resources available at Active for Life. One of the most useful is Active for Life’s (AfL) interactive online Lesson Plan Builder. While AfL’s pre-made … Continued
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