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  1. 2018 ParticipACTION Report Card

    The science is in. All kids deserve to thrive in mind and body. But in order for them to reach their full mental, emotional and intellectual potential, we have to foster the important connection between the health of the body and of the brain.

  2. 5 tips for taking better breaks at work

    It’s time to turn the idea of breaks on its head.

  3. 7 lessons from comparing our Report Card to 37 other countries

    Do you ever wonder how the physical activity of Canadian kids compares to children around the world? Now you don’t have to.

  4. Canadian kids are having trouble getting good quality sleep

    Emerging research from the 2016 ParticipACTION Report Card shows there is an important relationship among sleep, physical activity and sedentary behaviour in Canadian kids.

  5. 6 items an active child should have in their backpack

    At this time of year, it’s easy for parents to get overwhelmed by all the tips and tricks for how to set up their children for success in the coming school year. What books should they be reading? What stationery do they need? What time should they go to sleep? The list…

  6. Les enfants canadiens sont-ils trop fatigués pour bouger?

    Les enfants qui sont épuisés après avoir couru partout dorment mieux, et ceux qui ont bien dormi ont plus d’énergie pour courir.26,27 La société commence à s’intéresser au fait que l’inverse est aussi vrai et troublant : les enfants ne bougent pas assez pour être fatigués…

  7. Sun’s out, fun’s out: the beach workout you didn’t know you were getting

    There’s nothing quite like a day at the beach; the scent of the water, the sight of the rolling tide, and the serene sound of the waves sliding onto the shore – it’s truly one of the best ways to unplug from your everyday life.

  8. Global Comparison

    Global Comparison

  9. Unplug and Play Infographic

    Unplug and Play Infographic

  10. Why you should get to know GoNoodle

    Each day through the school year, teachers face the question of how to engage students and create an upbeat classroom environment. The answer? GoNoodle, a free online library of “brain break” videos designed to get kids moving during the school day.