Let’s Be Active!

Let’s Be Active! Move * Play * Learn is a great message to share with families. It’s the theme of this year’s Family Literacy Week, January 24th to 31st.

Children love to move! Active play is essential to healthy development, and the benefits are lifelong and life wide.

Need ideas for active play? Download the free Let’s Be Active! activity sheets with active play suggestions for babies, toddlers, preschoolers and primary school children.

What exactly is active play? How does it support healthy child development physically, socially, emotionally and cognitively? Get some basics in the backgrounder.

Stay tuned! More resources and activities will be revealed as we get closer to Family Literacy Week.

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