Managing screen time isn’t just something parents need to do for their kids. It’s also something we need to do for ourselves.
These spaces offer valuable opportunities for the development of physical literacy and for experimentation.
For many children in early-years programs, learning happens at play centres, themed play areas with a specific focus.
As we move towards a new year, here are our 10 most popular articles of 2019 (plus five of our personal favourites).
These skating games will help kids gain balance and coordination while they have a blast on the ice.
Many parents have asked me if I think competition is healthy for kids. Is it healthy? Is it “toxic”? Does it diminish self-confidence?
The Vivo Play Project gives kids the opportunity to let loose, play freely, and get dirty.
StoryWalk combines storytelling and physical activity by placing laminated pages from picture books in public places.
Physical education doesn’t just happen in a gymnasium. I’m a big proponent of active free play outside during physical education (PE) class. In my PE classes, I plan for quite a lot of it when the weather allows. There are so many benefits of free play outside that cannot be replicated in the gymnasium. In most … Continued
Thanks to funding from the federal government, the Early Years Physical Literacy Research Team will move on to phase two.