Community Physical Activity Pass Program set up guide - find out how to set up a pass program for kids at your local recreation facilities!
FITT Script Fitness Presciption Pad for Health Care Providers Health Care Providers can use the “FITT Script” Fitness Prescription with child and youth patients to get them more active.
After-School Activity Guide- lots of great ideas to keep kids busy after school (from ParticipAction).
Activity Tracker for kids- download these ideas to get active, then use the chart to see if you are getting enough exercise! (from ParticipAction)
Fun and Physical Activity for Families & Caregivers with Children 0-4 years- a 20-page booklet illustrating exercises that adults can do with the very young (from Toronto Public Health).
Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire – PAR-Q – use this to see if you should check with your doctor before becoming much more physically active.
Explore the Arch- All the information you need to explore the Frontenac Biosphere Reserve. Click on Hike, Paddle, Cycle, Dive, Tour, or Savour the Arch to find out more ways to get active.
Kingston Cycling Routes Map- newly released in 2012 by KCAT. Download here or pick up a hard copy at KFL&A Public Health, your local Public Library, or any bike shop.
Active Living for Early Childhood- This resource from Nova Scotia suggests ways for childcare operators to increase physical activity in their programs.
Active for Life- Where parents go to learn about activities for their kids