Physical Literacy Assessment for Youth (PLAY) Tools are a series of physical literacy assessment tools developed to determine the level of an individual's physical literacy.
Passport for Life supports the awareness, assessment, development and advancement of physical literacy among students and teachers. Students are assesed in the four components of physical literacy: active participation, living skills, fitness skills and movement skills.
The Canadian Olympic School Program (COSP) seeks to create the excitement of the Olympic Movement in the classroom and throughout the school. The resources are aimed at sparking discussions about values, telling stories that inspire, and encouraging students to work together.
The Paralympic Schools Program is a free online teachers' resource to help teachers engage students in the Paralympic spirit. It provides teachers with the resources to educate students on parasport and establish positive perceptions of people with a physical disability.
Sens@School in partnership with the Sens Foundation, is an online education program that uses hockey and Ottawa Senators-based lesson plans and activities. The focus is on health and physical education, language arts and math.
The Shoot for 60 program is a healthy living initiative that encourages students to strive for a minimum of 60 minutes of physical activity per day, every day.
Hockey-themed lesson plans provide fun and interactive activities in a variety of curriculum areas, including: literacy, numeracy, physical education, arts and social studies/history.
This program is designed to assist elementary school educators with resources that will teach math, language, science, health and physical education and nutrition using ice skating and Skate Canada.
This toolkit provides the resources needed by recreation practitioners and volunteers to mobilize communities and reduce barriers to recreation for low-income families.
The Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card is an evidence-informed communications and advocacy piece that provides a comprehensive assessment of Canada’s “state of the nation” each year on how, as a country, we are being responsible in providing physical activity opportunities for children and youth.
The On the Move Handbook is a user-friendly resource designed as a practical guide for programmers, teachers, coaches, volunteers, and parents or guardians interested in creating a female-only program or in need of information about how to create positive and inclusive environments.
This guide helps recreation leaders promote positive healthy behaviours for 6-12 year olds.
This resource provides access to 1,000+ downloadable and searchable lesson plans addressing all 2010 Ontario Health and Physical Education Curriculum expectations for grades 1-8.
Ever Active Schools offers a variety of resources to support the Programs of Study in Physical Education and Health.
The ParticipACTION Tool Kit offers easy, free access to communications materials for those who support and promote active living. These materials can be used in newsletters, events, presentations and websites.
Ever Active Schools (EAS) is a provincial program designed to assist schools in addressing and creating healthy school communities. EAS contributes to the healthy development of children and youth by fostering social and physical environments that support improving the health and learning outcomes of students in Alberta.
Ophea’s comprehensive DPA Kits are designed to support educators in meeting the Ontario Ministry of Education’s DPA mandate that every elementary student will take part in a minimum of 20 minutes of sustained moderate to vigorous physical activity each day.
Canadiens@School is a free hockey-themed curriculum resource for grades 1 - 9 with more than 200 lesson plans developed specifically to meet components of the MELSQ curriculum.