In addition to Let's Play there are a number of resources available to support individuals who want to learn more about designing, developing and delivering inclusive physical activity programs for kids. The Resource section highlights what others are doing throughout the world along side more great Let's Play resources. If you have found or created a great resource, please send it to us at


Live 5210

Live 5-2-1-0 is a simple, easy to remember message to help kids and families adopt healthy habits.
SCOPE's Live 5-2-1-0 resource map contains ideas, downloadable resources, and lessons learned from the communities we have partnered with over the last seven years to make sustainable changes to improve kids' health.

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Run Jump Throw Wheel

Run Jump Throw Wheel (RJTW) is a national program developed by Athletics Canada that teaches fundamental moment skills and develops physical literacy for children 6-12 years of age. Using track and field inspired games, activities and skill challenges led by instructors specifically trained to teach fundamentals of running, jumping, throwing and wheeling (for children in wheelchairs).  Any teacher, sport club coach or community recreation leader is capable of delivering the basic Run Jump Throw Wheel program! The program is fully integrated and includes adaptations for participants with physical as well as intellectual disabilities and can be delivered in a format suited to your community.

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PlaySport helps children and youth develop an understanding of and competency with skills and strategies associated with physical activities and a wide range of sports which includes wheelchair basketball and wheelchair tennis. The activities in PlaySport can provide experiences for participants to help them build physical literacy, health literacy and the skills for healthy active living.  Designed for educators, recreation providers, coaches and physical activity promoters, PlaySport includes a searchable database of downloadable activity cards with step-by-step instructions and much more.

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Paralympic Fundamentals Physical Literacy Resource

The Canadian Paralympic Committee has created an e-learning platform, designed to support the development of physical literacy in all children through parasport. This new educational free resource is designed to help educators teach fundamental movement skills enabling inclusivity and integration. Lessons and activity plans are designed to ensure all children are provided with access to quality physical education and sport opportunities, while providing teachers with a variety of assessment options and links to provincial curricula.  It includes interactive teacher resources for grades 2-3 and 4-6 and features creative and fun activities that expose students to the parasports of athletics, boccia, goalball and sitting volleyball. This resource is available in english and french and you must create a user account to login and access the materials.

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