When your baby is six months old, introducing clapping and movement games will encourage their language and muscle development.
These active games will get your kids learning about math, science, and literacy while they play and have fun!
Martial arts can help kids with autism develop cognitive abilities and physical literacy skills, as well as have fun!
It’s never too late to improve our children’s movement skills. Check out these tips for how to keep them active.
Encouraging your kids to move helps them develop their love of being active. Here’s your guide to age-appropriate activities for your child.
For children with disabilities, developing physical literacy may pose more of a challenge, but it’s still very important. Here are some tips.
In today’s world, kids have all kinds of nudges not to move. With this simple recipe, we can help them develop a love of physical activity.
Using this simple recipe, here’s how you can encourage physical literacy and a love of movement in your children.
When you “blend” these three ingredients, they become a “super-smoothie” that kids can’t resist. The recipe is called physical literacy.
Three-time Olympic bobsledder Neville Wright shares how he built resilience and offers tips for sports parents.