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What’s your active parenting style?

When it comes to getting active and encouraging a love of movement in our children, there are many different ways to do it. We’ve rounded up a few of our articles and grouped them into different parenting styles to help you find some tips and ideas that might resonate most. Hope these articles help inspire you!

The risk-taker

If you’re comfortable with allowing your children to test their limits during unstructured play, love loose parts play, and like to stay alert but try not to intervene when watching your kids engage in potentially dangerous activities, you might enjoy these articles on risky play. 

The play-all-day parent

If you’re a big believer in the importance of free play, love getting outdoors, and love it even more when your kids play outside, these articles are for you.

The sporty type

Sports can be so beneficial to children. If you grew up playing sports, still play sports, or have children who love to be active in sport, here are some important reads for you.

The not-so-sporty type

Being active and enjoying movement isn’t just about being sporty. If you’re not into sports, but believe in the importance of having children who love to move, here’s a great selection of articles.

The nature-lover

There’s nothing like getting outside and into nature, right? If you love being in the great outdoors, we’ve got some excellent reads for you.

The new parent

If you have a baby or a toddler and are wondering how you can start developing that love of movement early, these will help.

What other types of parenting styles would you like to see on this list? Let us know in the comments.

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