School Physical Activity and Physical Literacy
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PLAYBuilder brings you three fun ways to jump into spring

As the days become longer and the weather gets better, we can begin to welcome spring with open arms. What better way to do so than getting your students moving, or even better, jumping?

Developing physical skills

Why do your students' abilities change so quickly throughout the school-year? A lot of it relates to the nervous system!


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Tell us about your School Physical Activity and Physical Literacy experience! We really want to know!

The School Physical Activity and Physical Literacy Project is a prototype that we are testing to find out how well it works to improve educators’ ability to teach physical literacy and create physical activity opportunities. Without educators’ participation in the evaluation, we won’t know what the impact of the project has been, and we won’t be able to say whether it should continue.


We are running focus groups for educators who have participated in any aspect of the School Physical Activity & Physical Literacy project. From workshops to e-learning to online tools to In-School Support, we have a focus group for you! Focus group participants receive a $50 Amazon gift card for their time.


Please get in touch at to sign up for a focus group and put “focus group” in the subject line, or to ask any questions about the evaluation.


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Book a workshop - teaching games for understanding

Developing physical literacy within the B.C. curriculum eLearning

As educators, we have to find a balance between keeping students interested and engaged while also building fundamental movement skills. Teaching Games for Understanding (TGfU) is an approach that uses ‘play’ to build skill development!


Check out this blog to learn more!

Looking for an interactive way to increase your knowledge on physical literacy? Register for the eLearning course Developing Physical Literacy Within the B.C. Curriculum. This eLearning course provides theory behind physical literacy methods to deliver education that builds a strong foundation for your students to live a healthy, active life.


Learn how to structure and adapt your lessons for greater student enjoyment, participation and skill development.

March Feature Resource

Physical Literacy in the Classroom: Activities to Keep Your Students Moving!

Use the poster as a resource for quick classroom movement breaks!

The School Physical Activity and Physical Literacy project is a prototype and all participants have the opportunity to provide feedback.

Learn more about the School Physical Activity and Physical Literacy project at


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