Health and Physical Education

Big Life Journal
Big Life Journal

Check out the free resources from Big Life Journal! They promote positivity and a growth mindset in children (and give away free printable activities every Friday!). Find out more here!

The Listening Walk
The Listening Walk

The world is making music all the time! Talk a walk in nature today and listen to what unique sounds you can hear! Complete the Listening Walk Checklist and listen to The Listening Walk storybook by Paul Shower!

Movement Dice
Movement Dice

Rain or shine get up and move your body! Create and play with these movement dice and get your heart pumping!

Steady Saturdays: Alphabet Stretching
Steady Saturdays: Alphabet Stretching

Streeeeetch! Try to spell out your name, or go through the whole alphabet! Get moving and grooving everybody!

Breathing Activities for Kids
Breathing Activities for Kids

Everybody feels sad sometimes! When Miss Stephanie is feeling sad, angry, frustrated or angry she does breathing activities to help her feel better. Let’s try doing Finger Breathing together.

Indoor Obstacle Courses
Indoor Obstacle Courses

Stuck inside on a rainy day? Why not make an obstacle course with your kids! Get some inspiration here!

Animal Cubes
Animal Cubes

Roll the dice and move around like different animals! Print your own animal movement cubes here.

Move To Learn
Move to Learn!

Have you heard of the Move to Learn YouTube page? They have all kinds of movement and brain breaks to keep you active! You can’t miss it!

iNaturalist
iNaturalist

Earth Day is the perfect day for a nature walk and if you bring your phone with you, make sure you have the app iNaturalist on it so you can discover and identify all the different plants and animals in your community! What’s in your neighbourhood?

Talking About The Pandemic: Tips from NYT
Using Stories To Talk About The Pandemic

One of the best ways to explain the pandemic to your children is through the use to stories and books. Check out this New York Times article to find age appropriate resources to share with your kids.