Baseball Lesson Plan

By G. Lewis   By the end of this lesson, students will be able to: •   Demonstrate hand-eye coordination in movement with over/under hand throw at a specific target. •   apply a variety of simple tactics to increase their chances of success while participating in striking and fielding baseball activities       Equipment Bean … Continue reading Baseball Lesson Plan

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KidSporty Hockey Lesson

By G. Lewis KidSporty Intermediate (6-8 year olds):  Hockey Weeks 1 and 2   By the end of this lesson, students will be able to: •   demonstrate persistence while engaged in stick handling and passing activities that require the use of both large and small muscles •   formulate simple strategies, such as keep eyes on … Continue reading KidSporty Hockey Lesson

Hot Toys for Christmas 2017

By S. Standish You better watch out, you'd better not cry…guess what?!?  Christmas is around the corner and starting to loom everywhere in social media.  So it's time to start making your lists and checking them twice. From Star Wars, Lego, DC Comics, Hatchimals, Disney and many more brands, there are a lot of cool toys … Continue reading Hot Toys for Christmas 2017

SMART SUMMER: Activities to Keep Kids Brains AND Bodies Active!!!

By S. Standish The weeks off for the summer holidays are the ideal time to find exciting ways to keep young brains stimulated. Any little bit helps, and each of these summer ideas will do the trick for maintaining your child’s current grade/skill level. What’s more important, is that they apply the skills to their real life, which … Continue reading SMART SUMMER: Activities to Keep Kids Brains AND Bodies Active!!!

Rocking the Summer: Fun Tips/Recipes/Games

By S. Standish Fun Food Tips Helpful Ideas: a. Destemming strawberries, starting at the pointed bottom of the strawberry, push a drinking straw up into the centre.  This takes the stem and leaves off. If the aim is a bit off and the straw goes askew, keep trying to remove any pieces that are left. b. … Continue reading Rocking the Summer: Fun Tips/Recipes/Games

80 Things to Do in Summer when Kids say “There’s NOTHING to do!!”

By S. Standish - Teacher, Mother of 3 Crazy Fabulous Boys, Entrepreneur and NEW Blogger! Here is a good list of things that you can present, when you get the infamous roll of the eyes and, "There's nothing to do!" Water Balloon Baseball - water balloons and kids foam bats…..tons of giggles and wet clothes. … Continue reading 80 Things to Do in Summer when Kids say “There’s NOTHING to do!!”

50 Things to Do During SPRING when Kids say “I’m SOOOOOOO Bored!”

Written by S. Standish, Co-owner Try It Kids INC., Teacher, Phys Ed Specialist, Mom of 3 Boys It doesn’t matter what the age or stage yourself/your child/your grandpa, we can all use help to find awesome activities to keep our kids/selves busy and engaged. If coming up with a chore list, isn't making them happy … Continue reading 50 Things to Do During SPRING when Kids say “I’m SOOOOOOO Bored!”

Top 10 Sports for your Kids to Play this Summer

The best sports for kids are fun to learn and play, teach about teamwork and responsibility and help keep kids in shape. In no particular order, these are the most requested kid programming sports. Ball Hockey - Try it with rollerblades! Flag Football - Non-physical version of football, perfect for lil' NFL/CFL fans! Beach Volleyball … Continue reading Top 10 Sports for your Kids to Play this Summer

Buying a Wicked Kids Bike

Kids love to go outside and ride their bikes. That fabulous look the minute they finally get riding on two wheels, forever gaining a skill that will give them freedom....sweet elation. Buying the perfect size bike for a kid is not a precise science. Online guides are useful but nowhere near as useful as watching your kid actually … Continue reading Buying a Wicked Kids Bike