New parenthood is tough, and the pandemic has only made things more challenging. These strategies will help you cope with the baby blues.
As a parent, it can be scary to let your child play out of your sight. But when done wisely, it has great benefits for kids.
With a little research and creativity, I found some ways my low-income family could add more physical activity to our life.
If you’d like to limit screen time for your kids but aren’t sure where to start, here are five places you can easily make screens off-limits.
Parents, if you’re feeling burnt out, here are some simple ways you can add self-care into your day—no special equipment or guru required.
For children with disabilities, developing physical literacy may pose more of a challenge, but it’s still very important. Here are some tips.
Using this simple recipe, here’s how you can encourage physical literacy and a love of movement in your children.
During the pandemic, what can PE teachers offer our students beyond free play on the playground? Check out these tips and ideas.
Given pandemic restrictions, it can be tough to come up with PE activities. One solution: Hack the playground and make an obstacle course!
Because everyone should get outside and play this winter, here are some ways to make sure your kids keep warm and play safely.