Monthly Archives: January 2019

Preschool Physical Literacy Assessment (Pre PLAy)

You’re never too young to play. Sport for Life and the INCH Lab from McMaster University have developed the Preschool Physical Literacy Assessment (Pre PLAy)—an observation tool that measures a child’s physical literacy capabilities. It’s designed to be used in early childcare settings as they offer important opportunities to support children in developing their physical…
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International Physical Literacy Conference 2019 in Winnipeg

Sport for Life is thrilled to be hosting the International Physical Literacy Conference 2019 in Winnipeg, bringing together delegates and subject matter experts from around the world to discuss how to further mobilize physical literacy knowledge. Held from May 7 to 10, the conference’s theme is “Moving Forward Together”. We’ll be discussing physical literacy in…
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Welcome All Abilities

Sport for Life’s vision is for everyone to have the opportunity to participate in quality sport and physical literacy experiences. We believe that to truly build quality sport and physical literacy, no one can be left behind. In our efforts to reduce inequalities for persons with disabilities, Sport for Life partnered with Canadian Tire Jumpstart…
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Sport Legacies – Moving to Action on the Ground

Building community, promoting healthy living and fostering team spirit. These are some of the objectives that will be discussed at the 2019 Sport for Life Canadian Summit during a four-person panel titled “Sport Legacies: Moving to Action on the Ground”, supported by Jumpstart and consisting of Tim Adams, Dean McIntosh, Dr. Laura Misener, and facilitated…
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