The new school year presents an opportunity for schools to reimagine the school day and explore the use of outdoor learning and nature classrooms.
As we try to avoid close contact with others right now, these no-touch games will still allow kids to play together—in a safe way.
If you’ve chosen to homeschool your kids this year, these tips and ideas will help you become an active homeschool family.
As an elementary teacher, here are three ways I see physical education, extracurricular activities, and outdoor play have a positive impact on my students.
Summer’s not over yet! Make the most of your Labour Day weekend with these fun family activity ideas.
I don’t remember why or where we got the barrel, but for my kids, it’s been the best play prompt. It encourages their creativity and movement.
This week, we’re inspired by the book Where the Wild Things Are. These games and activities will help your kids be explorative and creative!
A backyard play set is a great way to nudge kids to get outdoors and have fun. Before you buy, check out these tips.
The Explore Your 2.4 program encourages children to get outdoors, explore their neighbourhoods, and spend more time in independent play.
This week at Day Camp at Home, the activities are all about water play! These fun games and crafts will help kids keep cool during the summer heat.