Growing up, my son just wasn’t into in sports. I’ve since learned that sports are just one way to be active—and that physical activity should be enjoyable.
It’s one thing to talk about limiting screen time, but another to actually do it. So we asked our readers how you keep your kids active and off screens.
What to do when your kids are melting faster than an abandoned popsicle? These activity ideas will help keep them cool.
Riding a bike can be one of the most freeing activities. Here are some of the current best practices for how to raise a skilled, bike-loving rider.
One way to encourage kids to play is to prompt rather than suggest. Often, the activities they find the most engaging are the ones they invent themselves.
I often find that my kids stay entertained longer when they engage in self-directed, open-ended play using loose parts from around our home.
Our readers shared these excellent tips to help young children spend more time playing independently, so parents can work or take time for self-care.
Plus eight simple strategies you can add to your toolbox to support children as they work through feelings of anxiety or stress.
According to early childhood education expert Dawne Clark, the key is to create an enriching home environment that invites physically active play.
It’s natural to feel stressed right now—stress is a normal reaction to fear. These techniques will help you and your kids release that tension and anxiety.