These shareable images provide tips for managing the time kids spend in front of the computer, smartphone, and TV.
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.
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.
Whether your child is skateboarding, cycling, or scootering, here’s how you can pick the right helmet for them.
For many of us, the pandemic has added stress to our lives. Try these yoga poses with your kids to help them relieve their anxious feelings.
This year, Canadians can celebrate National Health and Fitness Day close to home with a full roster of virtual events, from workouts to movement sessions.
One activity that’s simple to plan, free, safe, and incredibly beneficial for our kids during this pandemic? Unstructured nature play.
Plus eight simple strategies you can add to your toolbox to support children as they work through feelings of anxiety or stress.