PLAY Project (formally PLE)
Each session is limited to 40 children and aimed at children 5 years and younger.
- December 2
- January 13, 20
- February 3, 10
- March 3, 10, 17
- April 7
There will be three sessions per week:
Cancellations due to weather or unforeseen circumstances will be announced on CBC and VOCM.
The program is open to all children between walking and their 6th birthday. There is no cost, but registration is required on the morning of sessions and is limited to 40 children. Three sessions are offered: 9:00-9:50, 10:00-10:50 and 11:00-11:50. Registration is in the main lobby of the Physical Education Building. For more information, please call 864-8130.
***Please note, in an effort to accommodate as many children as possible, parents are encouraged to attend one session. If space is available, participants may be invited to participate in a second session.***
The PLAY Project (Physical Literacy for All Youth) formally known as PLE is part of an experiential learning experience for courses in Physical Education in the School of Human Kinetics and Recreation to provide opportunities for young children and their parents/guardians to explore movement activities, and for undergraduate and graduate students to observe and interact with young children in a movement environment. All those involved with the program have a background in, or are learning about, physical activity for young children.
The PLAY Project is designed to promote parental participation as children explore a variety of movement experiences. Parents should provide assistance and encouragement to their children when necessary, but should allow the children to freely engage in movement exploration. Students, undergraduate or graduate, will provide supervision throughout the sessions and will ensure that the program environment is challenging and safe. Parents must be present for the duration of each session and are responsible for maintaining their child/childrens' safety, along with the students.