The Chariot is one of the options out there for active families.
By Heidi Ahrens
When it comes to transporting children there are a lot of choices out there. As a family you sometimes feel like you need an umbrella stroller for the car, a good sturdy jogging stroller for expeditions, not to mention a stroller that is car seat compatible, one that is great for airports. So what is a family to do if they also want to bike with their child or Nordic ski?
Read how Kristen in Halton Family Outdoor Playgroup enjoys a rainy day, This is part of our April Showers blog contest for outdoor playgroups.
I like rainy days especially, when it rains from morning to night. The world feels cozy to me, with the clouds being so close it is like they give us permission to go slowly and enjoy what they bring. In my house rainy days come with excitement. Excitement for mud pies!
By Kevin Gaudet
Don’t Toronto teachers have better things to do than call me at home to tell me they are afraid that my 8 and 10 year old kids aren’t safe riding their bikes to school? Isn’t it my job to make that decision, not theirs?Add a comment
Read how Debra in The Beach outdoor playgroup enjoys a rainy day This is part of our April Showers blog contest for outdoor playgroups.The best blog will be the lucky winner of a PVC free pair of splash pants(Price $49.95) from Puddlegear.
RAIN RAIN GO AWAY
COME AGAIN ANOTHER DAY
LITTLE [insert child’s name here] WANTS TO PLAY
Read how Leigh in Etobicoke outdoor playgroups enjoys a rainy day. This is part of our April Showers blog contest for outdoor playgroups.The best blog will be the lucky winner of a PVC free pair of splash pants(Price $49.95) from Puddlegear.
Don’t have an outdoor playgroup? Start one. First organizer to join us and start a new outdoor playgroup outside of the Province of Ontario will win a pair of splash pants from Puddlegear
Read singing in the rain
Don’t be sad if it is raining outside; remember that rain is going to give us May flowers. I’m convinced that if it is good for the flowers and the soil it is also good for us. Recently, a magazine interviewed me about how children deal with being outside in all kinds of weather. The question reminded me that I have yet to meet a child who didn’t love puddles. I think children learn from us adults that rainy days and mud are “yucky”. Do you remember your best childhood memory? Maybe it was set in the middle of a big muddy puddle. My favorite memory was making channels and little streams out of puddles.