Hey Saskatchewan! Go Out & Play
Community registration for the 2020 Saskatchewan Blue Cross Go Out & Play Challenge is open. The challenge runs March 1-10, 2020. Start planning now!
1. Pick a project that gets kids and families out to play.
2. Rally residents to log physical activity.
3. The community that moves most wins!
See what past winners did with their prize money.
Remember, the kids are counting on you to build a community where they can move and play! READ MORE
Check out the Saskatchewan in Motion Winter Walking Bingo Card
The newest edition of the Saskatchewan in motion Active Toy Guide is here. The elves have outdone themselves this year with more active gift ideas than ever. We know that kids move more, sit less and play longer when they’re outside. Give a gift that gets them out to play. New this year: Two pages of stocking stuffers guaranteed to get them up and out!
Be part of the movement that’s getting more kids, more active, more often! Click here to find out how.
Saskatchewan in motion and the Partners for Physical Literacy are working with three Prairie Central District communities – Martensville, Outlook, & Wynyard to develop a specific plan for getting kids moving more and increasing physical literacy at home, at school and in the community. Physical literacy is the confidence, competence and motivation to move and one of the keys to a lifelong love of physical activity. You can learn more about physical literacy, why it matters and what you can do, here.
Moving Together Symposium
Looking for something that encourages your children to go out and play? Check out the Saskatchewan in Motion Active Toy Guide.
ParticipACTION Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth. The Science is in! KIDS + STEPS + SWEAT = HEALTHIER BRAINS The report confirms that physical activity can improve kids’ brain health in many ways.
Saskatchewan in motion is a province-wide movement that works to get more kids, more active, more often. Click here for updates on how we can ‘Make Saskatchewan Canada’s Most Playful Province”.
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