Physical literacy is the competence and confidence to lead a physically active life. For kids to get active – and stay active – they need to feel confident in various physical activity settings. Like learning the alphabet is essential to reading, learning movement and sport skills as a child is essential to their confidence in these settings.

Movement skills help a child move with that control and confidence, whether on the ground, in the water, on the snow and ice, or in the air. Using fun, games, play and activity around the fundamental movement skills, we’ll help to develop your kids’ physical literacy.