Sport for Life is putting together a special team. If sport and physical activity organizations across the country want to get serious about physical literacy development for participants with disabilities, then our PL 501 -- Inclusive Physical Literacy workshop is the perfect place to start. And now we’ve trained six new learning facilitators to continue…Read more
PLAYBuilder activities to stay active inside
Have you heard of PLAYBuilder? We are sharing some of the activities from our PLAYBuilder tool to try out at home to keep kids moving and mentally engaged. Whether it’s, Animal Play or Balance on Three, these games should help keep you and your family moving and laughing in no time! To learn more about…Read more
What is PL4C?
For Drew Mitchell, overseeing the Physical Literacy for Communities (PL4C) program feels a little bit like being the conductor of a giant orchestra. First, there’s each community that’s working on developing physical literacy: over 25 in B.C., six in Ontario and two in Nunavut. He oversees their working groups, each of them with unique partnerships…Read more
Celebrating Indigenous physical literacy
Every Indigenous school has its own unique needs, but one thing they have in common with the rest of the school system is it’s difficult to convince the administration and teachers to set aside meaningful time for movement and physical literacy. Following a project that aims to change that, Sport for Life is releasing seven…Read more