Canadian Sport For Life has create the Physical Assessment for Youth (PLAY) Tools. These tools are directed at individuals aged seven and up and can be used by coaches, parents, childcare providers, recreation programmers, etc. The PLAY Tools determine gaps in physical literacy development and provide calls-to-action to help.
Passport for Life is a tool for teachers to assess and monitor the ongoing development of their students’ physical literacy. It includes a web-based application to record and track student assessment data, as well as teacher resources to help students to improve their physical literacy based on their assessments.
Wondering how to teach and assess fundamental movement skills (FMS) with kids? The 60 Minute Kids’ Club (60MKC), together in collaboration with Active for Life, have created a series of short, simple videos that clearly show the mechanics of a select number of FMS. Each video is linked to PDF documents that explain each FMS further and provide games and activities for developing the FMS.