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Abilities Centre shows us breathing exercises to help relieve stress and anxiety. Check out the video here.

The Calgary Flames have brought together some incredible activities for youth at home and tips on how to stay active through the Calgary Flames Community Resource Centre - United by Community.

Canada SCORES has partnered with The Mindful Project and created at-home activities for children, to keep their minds and bodies active until they can join their friends back at school. Check out their site here.

CIRA Ontario is a registered charity whose mission is to encourage, promote and develop active living, healthy lifestyles and personal growth through intramural and recreational programs within the education and recreation communities. You can find their resources on their website by clicking here. 

Guelph Soccer has put together a collection of videos, activities, and live coaching sessions to help keep players active. Check them out here! 

Hockey Canada’s lead strength and conditioning coach shares tips and tricks to help players stay active at home and start preparations for next season. Visit their website to learn more.

In Spring 2021, Jumpstart offered a full week's worth of content to keep kids busy while school was out. March Break Camp's full content library is available here!

Check out The National Ballet of Canada's Instagram profile for their guided dance and exercise videos! Dance with us in your kitchen, living room, bedroom or wherever in your home.

Join the Ottawa Senators for their daily ‘power hour’ virtual bootcamp, led by Senators Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, Chris Schwarz. Click here to visit their website so you can stay fit and train like a professional athlete!

Visit Physical and Health Education Canada's (PHE Canada) Home Learning Centre! They have resources that support physical education, healthy eating, emotional well-being, and healthy bodies. You can find additional resources on their YouTube page. 

In 2020, Jumpstart ran a 9-week, digital summer camp to help you stay active at home. All the content is still available, click here to check it out!

Check our these guided skill clinics hosted by the Vancouver Whitecaps!

YMCA at Home brings Free YMCA programs to you anytime and anywhere. Check their site out to try out their programs.

Abilities Centre shows us breathing exercises to help relieve stress and anxiety. Check out the video here.

Active for Life is a Canadian not-for-profit social initiative founded by B2ten. They are a national initiative created to help parents give their children the right start in life through the development of physical literacy. Check out their website here! 

Alberta Active After School has put together an entire database of activities! Check out their website to see their diverse set of fun activities.

Follow BOKS Canada on their Twitter page or their Facebook page to access free physical activity programming designed to get kids active.

The Calgary Flames have brought together some incredible activities for youth at home and tips on how to stay active through the Calgary Flames Community Resource Centre - United by Community.

Canada SCORES has partnered with The Mindful Project and created at-home activities for children, to keep their minds and bodies active until they can join their friends back at school. Check out their site here.

The Canadian Olympic Committee's school program has a variety of physical activities, writing assignments, and trivia games to keep young minds sharp and kids busy. Click here to learn more about their school program and download the Olympic Activity Calendar here! 

CNIB Foundation's culture, sports and recreation programs provide opportunities to take part in a variety of creative classes, community-based workshops, physical activities and excursions. Check them out on their website!

CNIB Lake Joe is offering virtual camp programs! Join them online and come together to experience the magic of CNIB Lake Joe from home.

Ever Active Schools has many free resources on it's online store to support your healthy, active school community! See which activities work best for you on their website. 

FitSpirit has videos to keep you moving and grooving at home. Check out their dance and all-out workouts on their YouTube Page and their website for more workouts!

In Spring 2021, Jumpstart offered a full week's worth of content to keep kids busy while school was out. March Break Camp's full content library is available here!

Check out The National Ballet of Canada's Instagram profile for their guided dance and exercise videos! Dance with us in your kitchen, living room, bedroom or wherever in your home.

Ophea has activities that range from dance and mindfulness to physical activities that get you moving and incorporate math.  Try them out from their website.

Visit Physical and Health Education Canada's (PHE Canada) Home Learning Centre! They have resources that support physical education, healthy eating, emotional well-being, and healthy bodies. You can find additional resources on their YouTube page. 

The Rick Hansen Foundation School Program provides free, bilingual lesson plans that are aligned to provincial curriculum, to help start meaningful conversations about disability with students. They have adapted these easy-to-use "Little Big Lessons" to engage K-12 youth on the big themes of access and inclusion. Visit their website to download these resources and sign up to receive new weekly activities right to your inbox. 

In 2020, Jumpstart ran a 9-week, digital summer camp to help you stay active at home. All the content is still available, click here to check it out!

The Toronto District School Board's Health and Physical Education Program Coordinator, George Kourtis, has tips, drills, and exercises to share so you can keep active and stay fit. They post daily on Twitter - click here to check them out! 

Check our these guided skill clinics hosted by the Vancouver Whitecaps!

YMCA at Home brings Free YMCA programs to you anytime and anywhere. Check their site out to try out their programs.

Active for Life is a Canadian not-for-profit social initiative founded by B2ten. They are a national initiative created to help parents give their children the right start in life through the development of physical literacy. Check out their website here! 

Alberta Active After School has put together an entire database of activities! Check out their website to see their diverse set of fun activities.

Follow BOKS Canada on their Twitter page or their Facebook page to access free physical activity programming designed to get kids active.

The Canadian Olympic Committee's school program has a variety of physical activities, writing assignments, and trivia games to keep young minds sharp and kids busy. Click here to learn more about their school program and download the Olympic Activity Calendar here! 

CIRA Ontario is a registered charity whose mission is to encourage, promote and develop active living, healthy lifestyles and personal growth through intramural and recreational programs within the education and recreation communities. You can find their resources on their website by clicking here. 

Ever Active Schools has many free resources on it's online store to support your healthy, active school community! See which activities work best for you on their website. 

FitSpirit has videos to keep you moving and grooving at home. Check out their dance and all-out workouts on their YouTube Page and their website for more workouts!

Guelph Soccer has put together a collection of videos, activities, and live coaching sessions to help keep players active. Check them out here! 

Hockey Canada’s lead strength and conditioning coach shares tips and tricks to help players stay active at home and start preparations for next season. Visit their website to learn more.

In Spring 2021, Jumpstart offered a full week's worth of content to keep kids busy while school was out. March Break Camp's full content library is available here!

Visit Physical and Health Education Canada's (PHE Canada) Home Learning Centre! They have resources that support physical education, healthy eating, emotional well-being, and healthy bodies. You can find additional resources on their YouTube page. 

In 2020, Jumpstart ran a 9-week, digital summer camp to help you stay active at home. All the content is still available, click here to check it out!

The Toronto District School Board's Health and Physical Education Program Coordinator, George Kourtis, has tips, drills, and exercises to share so you can keep active and stay fit. They post daily on Twitter - click here to check them out! 

Abilities Centre shows us breathing exercises to help relieve stress and anxiety. Check out the video here.

Active for Life is a Canadian not-for-profit social initiative founded by B2ten. They are a national initiative created to help parents give their children the right start in life through the development of physical literacy. Check out their website here! 

Alberta Active After School has put together an entire database of activities! Check out their website to see their diverse set of fun activities.

The Calgary Flames have brought together some incredible activities for youth at home and tips on how to stay active through the Calgary Flames Community Resource Centre - United by Community.

Canada SCORES has partnered with The Mindful Project and created at-home activities for children, to keep their minds and bodies active until they can join their friends back at school. Check out their site here.

The Canadian Olympic Committee's school program has a variety of physical activities, writing assignments, and trivia games to keep young minds sharp and kids busy. Click here to learn more about their school program and download the Olympic Activity Calendar here! 

The Canadian Paralympic Team's official mascot, Coda wants to keep you busy at home with this fun activity book! You can find the book online here. 

Canadian Tire Motorsport Park is sharing some fun and educational activities for kids through their racing partners. Click here to check them out!

Ever Active Schools has many free resources on it's online store to support your healthy, active school community! See which activities work best for you on their website. 

The NHL & NHLPA’s Future Goals Program provides families free access to a fun, educational, hockey-themed resource focused on STEM.  Check out the program here.

Ophea has activities that range from dance and mindfulness to physical activities that get you moving and incorporate math.  Try them out from their website.

Hockey is on pause but learning isn't. The Ottawa Senators have made their Sens in Schools program free so parents can access their diverse learning resources. Click here to access their lesson plans, literacy resources, and STEM learning program!

The Rick Hansen Foundation School Program provides free, bilingual lesson plans that are aligned to provincial curriculum, to help start meaningful conversations about disability with students. They have adapted these easy-to-use "Little Big Lessons" to engage K-12 youth on the big themes of access and inclusion. Visit their website to download these resources and sign up to receive new weekly activities right to your inbox. 

Download the Skate Canada School Program – a fun, engaging activity for parents and children to enjoy at home! Filled with lessons and brain teasers, it is a great resource for skaters, coaches and families to help pass the time!

YMCA at Home brings Free YMCA programs to you anytime and anywhere. Check their site out to try out their programs.