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Apr. 29, 2013 Learning to Train During the Learn to Train stage (females 8-11, males 9-12), children should be converting their fundamental movement skills into fundamental sport skills. This stage is “The Golden Age of Learning” for specific sport skills. admin Canadian Sport for Life Link
Apr. 29, 2013 PLAYfun (Physical Literacy Assessment for Youth - FUNdamentals) (in BC only) Originally developed by Dr. Dean Kriellaars at the University of Manitoba, the PLAY (Physical Literacy Assessment for Youth) tools are a set of forms for children, parents, coaches, and physical educators to use at their disposal. admin Canadian Sport for Life Link
Apr. 29, 2013 The ABC’s of Physical Literacy (2012) Beginning in mid-April 2012 and running for 12 weeks, approximately 175 children ages three to 12 received a 45-60 minute session each week at The Cridge Centre.  Using only a simple Run, Jump, Throw kit, the instructors engage the children in age-appropriate activities and games that build their skills and confidence.  The youngest age group learns to throw, run, jump, kick and catch through... admin Victoria Foundation Link
Apr. 29, 2013 Fundamental Movement Skills The Fundamental Movement Skills of throwing, catching, jumping, striking, running, kicking, agility, balance and coordination, form the basis for future sport skill development and for the life-long enjoyment of physical activity. Learn how to OBSERVE and IMPROVE the fundamental movement skills through the format listed below which is best suited to you and your line of work. admin Coaching Association of Canada Link
Apr. 29, 2013 Lifelong Activity and Excellence Recreation’s primary goal is to provide physical activity programs that serve the lifespan of Canadians from childhood through adulthood. It also serves the needs of high performance athletes.  admin Canadian Sport for Life Link
Apr. 29, 2013 Multi Sport Programs for Physical Literacy Across Canada, leaders in recreation, sport and education are working together under the CS4L framework to promote physical literacy for children and youth. Multisport programs are great innovations in this area.  admin Canadian Sport for Life Link
Apr. 29, 2013 BACK PAC The idea of BACK PAC is for the Parent Advisory Council to become the Physical Activity Council. Start by getting physical activity on the PAC agenda, then get your principal and PE teachers on board. From there, explore ways that physical activity can be implemented to help achieve educational objectives. admin Active for Life Link
Apr. 29, 2013 HANDS UP for Health and Physical Literacy HANDS UP for Health and Physical Literacy is a three part illustrated video series that will teach children and youth about the importance of physical and health literacy in a fun and engaging way. admin OPHEA Link
Apr. 29, 2013 Active for Life Active for Life is the place where parents go to learn about activities for kids. Physical education leads to physical literacy, which is critical for child development. Physical literacy also gives active kids the best chance to someday compete in high-performance sport. admin Active for Life Link
Apr. 29, 2013 Weight of the World (WoW) Weight of the World (WoW) is an educational program that promotes physical activity and healthy eating among children and youth and helps young people kick-start daily life changes in their schools, families, communities and the world. admin Weight of the World Link
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