Making connection, playing and learning a part of everyday life.
How to find time to play, every day.
Advice and information on making playing and learning part of everyday life.
Ideas for fun, easy, no cost activities for kids and their parents. Side one: 0 to 3 years-old. Side 2: 3 to 6 years-old.
Suggestions and examples of how parents can help prepare their child for full day kindergarten.
Encouragement for parents to engage in evidence-based play activities with their children. Administered by McMaster University and the University of Toronto.
App provides parents with age-specific play suggestions, activities, and reminders.
Everyday items and basic household supplies like child-safe scissors, glue, pipe cleaners, cotton balls, and shoe laces are all you need to create valuable playtime.
Ideas and strategies for parents, caregivers and educators to promote physical literacy and active living.
The Ontario Children's Outdoor Charter aims to get children outside to discover the wonders of nature. Resources, ideas and suggestions.
Articles, blogs and activity ideas for parents, caregivers and educators to promote physical literacy and active living.
Play and physical activity ideas and suggestions for parents and caregivers of children ages 5 years old and up.
Online tool to help parents learn about the Canadian 24-Hour Movement Guidelines for Children and Youth, 5 to 17 years old in a fun and interactive way.
During playtime, while having fun, children gather information and learn skills that will help them do well in school and in life.