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Directed at individuals aged seven and up, the PLAY Tools determine gaps in physical literacy development, and provide calls-to-action to help improve these areas.

Created by Dr. Dean Kriellaars of the University of Manitoba and developed by Canadian Sport for Life, the (PLAY) tools are designed to assess a child’s level of physical literacy and improve the health of our nation. Directed at individuals aged seven and up, the PLAY tools provide a means to determine gaps in physical literacy development, and provide calls-to-action to help improve these areas. 
“These PLAY tools have a diverse set of uses and not just research and program evaluation, but also community engagement,” says Dr. Kriellaars. 
Each package of PLAY tools contains the following resources: 
• PLAYcoach Workbook 
• PLAYfun Workbook 
• PLAYparent Workbook 
• PLAYself Workbook 
• PLAYinventory Form 
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to inquire about pricing and/or to place an order. 
Hardcopies are available in English only at this time. Electronic copies of PLAY tools will remain online in both official languages and are available to download free of charge at 
Canadian Sport for Life and Long-Term Athlete Development 
Canadian Sport for Life is a movement to improve the quality of sport and physical activity in Canada. CS4L links sport, education, recreation, and health and aligns community, provincial, and national programming. Long-Term Athlete Development is a seven-stage training, competition and recovery pathway guiding an individual’s experience in sport and physical activity from infancy through all phases of adulthood. CS4L, with LTAD, represents a paradigm shift in the way Canadians lead and deliver sport and physical activity in Canada. 

“Physical literacy is a gateway to an active lifestyle from childhood through to adulthood,” says PLAY creator Dr. Dean Kriellaars. “These tools will help us understand the factors that can be modified to improve the overall activity level of Canadians, leading to healthier, disease-free lives. If we don’t measure it – it isn’t important. This will place physical literacy on an equal footing with literacy and numeracy.”

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