From the very beginning, from the minute we cradle our little ones in our arms, feel their soft bodies and inhale their sweet scent, it feels like there’s nothing more important than ensuring they have the best in life. We want them to grow up happy and healthy, independent and confident. We, as parents, just … Continued
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I take comfort in the idea that trying for something—and then failing—can often help build a child’s confidence and resilience. The reason I find this notion so comforting is because this year, my daughter is on a sports team that works hard, plays their hearts out, shows up to every game—and then loses. Game after … Continued
These shareable images provide tips for managing the time kids spend in front of the computer, smartphone, and TV.
I’ve come up with three key strategies (the three Cs) that coaches can implement to help foster and encourage healthy relationships between teammates from a young age. Tip #1: Co-create team expectations Try asking your players to help set expectations for the team. This can be done with players of any age and helps to … Continued
New research by Canadian Women & Sport offers insights regarding the barriers faced by girls in sport.
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.
As we all navigate COVID-19, active, outdoor play is exactly what our kids need. Here are some tips to help them get outside, get creative, and get messy.