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PHE Canada has developed a robust resource of physical education activities to support children and youth in getting active both at home and in school. The activities are focused on promoting physical competencies surrounding the themes of 'move', 'think', 'feel', and 'act'. Activities are categorized according to grade level (K-3, 4-6, 7-12) and are downloadable...

Written by Tim Gill and published & copyrighted by Play Wales, the Weighing up risks and benefits in children's play info sheet outlines why risk is important in children's play, the importance of finding a balance between protecting against injury and promoting beneficial play opportunities, and guidance on how to do so. Read the full info...

Geocaching is the worlds largest treasure hunt! Get started by downloading the free app and creating an account. Use the app to find a geocache nearby, and start your adventure. Don't forget to bring a pen! Once you find it, sign and date the logbook. Place the geocache back where you found it and log...

The Regional District of Nanaimo Recreation and Parks has created REC Connect, a website featuring a Active Living Newsletter, and an Active and Creative Ideas page including things like instructions for Seven UP Game, Ideas for Winter Walks in RDN Parks, and many more.   Learn more and explore the website here....

Scotia XC Ski Club (previously Halifax Nordic Ski Club) is offering youth ski lessons. The youth lessons are based on Nordiq Canada's Skill Development Programs for Children with the goal of assisting children in the development of a love of the outdoors, a healthy lifestyle, technical skills, and physical fitness. In addition to the regular ski...

The Declaration on the Child's Right to Play in Canada, produced by IPA (International Play Association) Canada is a call for individuals and organizations across Canada to promote the child's right to play at local, regional and national levels. The Declaration outlines the benefits of play for children, the role of adults in supporting the...

KidActivities.net shared an assortment of 45 relay race activities for kids. These races are fun for kids of all ages and ensure physical activity along the way.   See the full list here....

Decoda created the Indigenous LEAP Activity Cards Set as a part of a Healthy Start/Départ Santé project led by Saskatchewan Network for Health Services in French/Réseau Santé en français de la Saskatchewan. These cards are physical development activities for children ages 3-5 and feature traditional Indigenous games.   Read the document in English and French....

Kids Yoga Stories was founded by children's author Giselle Shardlow who holds a Masters of International Education with experience teaching children in Guatemala, Australia, Canada and the US. Her goal with Kids Yoga Stories is to write engaging stories that make reading fun and get kids moving. The website also features age-appropriate resources such as...

Inclusive Playgrounds, led by the Canadian Disability Participation Project, presents thirteen evidence-informed recommendations for designing inclusive playgrounds to enable participation for children with disabilities, provides a diagram of a potential inclusive playground illustrating how these recommendations can be implemented, and provides a short description of how the recommendations were identified. Learn more here....