Check out these tips for making time for free play and downtime for your child, while having room for extracurriculars they value.
Grandparents who babysit or take care of their grandkids have a great opportunity to play together and boost physical literacy.
Rock climbing is an awesome sport for kids. Here’s everything you need to know about getting your child into it.
Climbing trees is a time-honoured tradition for kids, but it also offers them a whole bunch of benefits. Learn more about what those are.
Like all fundamental movement skills, catching isn’t a skill that just “happens” on its own. It needs to be learned and developed.
Kids naturally seem drawn to bare feet and, as it turns out, there are actually many benefits to spending time barefoot outside.
Spending time on the grass with your baby is a great way to start them on the road to physical literacy. Here are some activity ideas.
As your toddler gets more mobile, their balance and coordination will develop. Here are some great ways to support them as they grow.
As kids fall into sedentary behaviors and engage less in active play, they lose much of the strength and stamina needed to be active.
Learn about new revisions to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s developmental milestones for kids ages zero to five.