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Active Living and Your Child - A Winning Combination

As a parent, you want your child to grow and succeed. Physical activity is an important part of that. You can help your child by making physical activity part of everyday life. That means using opportunities at home, at school and during leisure time to be physically active. And it can mean a whole range of activities – from walking and playing catch, to more organized sports. With active living, every action counts!

Additional Resources:

Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines for the Early Years - 0 to 4 years

Canadian Sedentary Guidelines for the Early Years - 0 to 4 years

Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines for Children - 5 to 11 years

Canadian Sedentary Guidelines for Children - 5 to 11 years

Caring for Kids

HANDS UP Part 1: Introduction to Physical & Health Literacy - First video in a series developed by the Ontario Physical and Health Education Association. Recommended for children ages four to nine years, the video introduces them to the concepts of physical and health literacy.

HANDS UP Part 2; Exploring Physical & Health Literacy - Second video in a series developed by the Ontario Physical and Health Education Association. Recommended for children ages eight to 13 years, it delves deeper into the concepts of physical and health literacy.

 
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