Playgrounds should be fun, welcoming, accessible spaces for all kids. Here’s a look at how to make them more inclusive.
If your kids are learning from home this school year, here are some DIY ideas for ways to get them moving outdoors during “recess” time.
There’s a steep hill in our local forest that my kids (ages one, four, and six) love to scale. It’s muddy, slippery, and full of tree roots, with ample opportunities to fall, get up, and fall again. I absolutely love watching them challenge themselves to do this, because I can see how it builds their … Continued
You’ll likely remember these five classic games from your own childhood. Teach your kids these fun new-to-them games, and then play along with them!
The Explore Your 2.4 program encourages children to get outdoors, explore their neighbourhoods, and spend more time in independent play.
These creative and explorative nature activities will help you and your kids get outside, learn new things, and have fun together.
I’m a risk-taker, while my husband is much more risk-averse. The lifeguard approach to risky play can help reduce conflict between you and your partner.
Our resources team has created this new collection of summer group activities and games that support both physical literacy and physical distancing.
One activity that’s simple to plan, free, safe, and incredibly beneficial for our kids during this pandemic? Unstructured nature play.
The snow is gone, the birds are singing, and my kids are full of energy. Thankfully, spring offers many opportunities for children to get moving outdoors.