PLAY with Purpose. Fostering Physical Literacy through Intentional Games and Activities.
Our kids’ programs provide a friendly, safe and welcoming environment to explore movement. Through providing a quality physical activity experience that focuses on games and play, children develop their physical literacy. We aim to inspire children to play their way to confidence, skill development, fun, teamwork, cooperation, respect and inclusivity. These are all core values of PISE. By building a movement vocabulary through games and play, kids build the foundation to live an active, healthy lifestyle.
Need financial assistance to support a child’s participation? See Play Your Way Grant for information on how we may help.
Questions regarding current programs? Please email email@example.com
Registration for Winter 2024 Programs is open!
Move to Music!
This program explores the elements of creative movement, including; dance, rhythm, performance and body awareness. Each week we will work to develop confidence in artistic movement through positive physical activity experience. This program is great for all abilities and experience levels!
PISE Kindergym (Ages 1-4)
The PISE Kindergym provides an opportunity for children ages 1-4 to explore different types of play based movement, specialized equipment and will allow them to build socioemotional skills with others! PISE staff will be present to play, assist with equipment and supervise the Kindergym. Participants will have access to our inflatable playground, strider bikes, gymnastics equipment and more!
Active Development (Ages 4-10)
This program is open to children with any form of developmental disability (cognitive or physical) or illness. The program is designed to improve confidence and competence in movement skills and provide a safe place to play with peers. PISE leaders adapt activities to make sure that all children find success and have their individual needs met.
This program is for 4-10 year olds, the program takes place from 11:30am – 12:15pm and develops fundamental movement skills like running, wheeling, throwing, catching and balance. As well, it builds on the skills developed in early childhood in to more complex movement patterns and sport skills.
Siblings are welcome to enroll in the program too!
Power Physical Literacy
Join PISE Physical Literacy Leaders for a fun filled hour of movement exploration. Play, explore and learn new games while developing physical literacy. Please register for this FREE program thanks to funding from the Canadian Paralympic Committee. This program is for children in manual chairs, walkers, strollers and power mobility chairs!