When your child says they’re just “not good” at something, encourage them to keep trying and become more confident with this advice.
In discussions of physical literacy, you’ll often hear talk of “fundamental movement skills.” What exactly are they?
Equine-assisted therapy has a host of benefits for kids with physical or cognitive disabilities or developmental delays.
A pediatric physiotherapist and nature play program director discusses why active outdoor play is so important for kids’ development.
Mind-body awareness, or being able to feel how your body responds to and holds onto emotions, is invaluable for people of all ages.
These brain breaks are an easy way to add bursts of activity into your kids’ days, whether they’re in the classroom or being homeschooled.
By dialling down the pressure we put on young athletes, we can help them foster a love of sport and a desire to play simply because it’s fun.
Given the need for physical distancing, it can feel challenging to get kids active at school, but it’s not impossible! Try these activity ideas.
The resource, from the Child and Nature Alliance of Canada, offers tips and support for parents and teachers to explore nature with kids year-round.
The new school year presents an opportunity for schools to reimagine the school day and explore the use of outdoor learning and nature classrooms.