Each week you will receive a list of activity suggestions for your child inspired by themes such as dance, sports, nature or crafts.
Starting June 28th we will resume our daily email-based programming that is filled with a range of activity ideas and their how-to instructions for you and your family.
Gratitude is one of the most important skills to nurture in our children, and creating thoughtful gifts for their teachers is a great way to show it.
Our resident educational strategist shares strategies to maintain a healthy family dynamic while stuck at home. Plus, 3 great indoor activities for you and the kids.
The holidays will be different this year. Despite this, you can still prepare for a holiday that’s relaxing and fun — one that has a comfortable balance of family time, independent activities, and rest. You can create new memories while also staying sane and healthy (mentally and physically!).
In the days leading up to Mother's Day, we have lots of great activities to keep the kids engaged while turning their minds to giving gratitude to mum. Choose from a range of activities that use materials and items you would typically find around the house.
On Sunday May 16, 2021, join us at the virtual Dance + More for Tomorrow event! Let’s dance while raising funds together to help ensure every young person in Canada has someone to talk to today, tomorrow and every day.
Educational strategist and author Jane Kristoffy offers advice for parents on how to respond to your child's progress amid the pandemic.
Many kids have transitioned back to in-class school. Here's what parents can expect and how to prepare for it.
There’s light at the end of the tunnel, yet for many parents, there's still work to be done for our kids on the education front. Here's Jane Kristoffy's advice on getting your child back on track.