Physical activity guidelines for the early years (i.e, for those under 5 years old), recommend at least 180 minutes, or three hours of physical activity at any intensity per day.
Sometimes an emoji can say it all. With hundreds of options, variants, and seemingly endless combinations, emoji talk is nothing to scoff at – especially when the little screen-bound hieroglyphics do such a great job at expressing the complex feelings that words simply can’…
Unless you don’t use The Internet, you’ve probably heard of Pokémon Go. Even if it’s still not technically available in Canada yet—don’t worry it's coming—the app is predicted to surpass Twitter in number of downloads and overall users.
When you become a parent, I think you magically develop certain super powers. Extra-sensitive hearing, for example. The ability to fit 10 days worth of kids clothes in an overnight bag. The reflexes to catch a tipped cup of juice before it hits the carpet.
You’re out jogging when you hear the sickly groan of an undead creature. Your heart races and you quicken your pace. Your neighborhood is a post-apocalyptic wasteland with danger around every corner.
If you ask any parent what is more important to them, their child or their smartphone, the answer would be automatic. We love our children so deeply that to even ask a question like that is ridiculous and laughable.
Has your family used any of the lines below to justify not walking to school? If so, challenge yourself to come up with a work-able, walk-able solution.
As we learned in the 2016 Report Card, it’s time to sound the alarm on kids’ inactivity. We are starting to understand that exercise is not just something kids do (
Last updated: December 12, 2016