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Class dates -
Saturdays - April 8, 22, 29 May 6,
13, 20 June 3 , 10
Sundays - April 2, 9, 23, 30 May 7, 21 June 4
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
program will start Sunday July 9 and run 7 weeks
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choice of time when you register online
First Kicks - born between Jan 1-July 1,2015
Mini Kickers- born between Aug 1 - Dec 31,2014
Little Peanuts - born between Jan 1 - July 31, 2014
Peanuts - born between Aug 1 - Dec 31, 2013
Munchkins - born between Jan 1 - July 31, 2013
Little Champions - 2012 birth year
Strikers - 2011 birth year
Peanut Soccer is a developmental program for toddlers designed around the sport of soccer.
Soccer is simple for even the youngest toddlers to enjoy. Soon after walking, toddlers start to use their large motor skills to run, jump and kick! These skills directly translate into the game of soccer and they quickly begin to enjoy putting the ball into the net.
Building strength and coordination at a young age gives children a physical developmental advantage. Learning to work with teammates helps develop social skills. The earlier a child can start teaching their bodies the correct form for kicking and passing, the better chance they will have to develop advanced abilities. Also teaching the joys of exercise and team sports can help them learn habits that will keep them healthier and happier in the future.
Why Little Feet Soccer?
Our curriculum was designed by soccer trainers together to ensure that your child not only enjoys coming to our classes, but also is learning the fundamental skills required of the sport.
Our trainers are chosen carefully on their personality and energy to keep your toddler interested in each and every activity.
What you will need?
•Dress your child in athletic clothing (shorts, t-shirt, sweat pants, etc)
we will supply you with a free soccer shirt.
•sneakers must be worn at all times
•A water bottle or sports drink for breaks
Introduce yourself and your toddler to the worlds most popular game.
When your child is 3 years old they are beginning to be interested in playing a sport that they might see on the playground, school field or on TV.
Soccer is an excellent beginning because it utilizes the largest muscle groups (the legs). Kids love to run, and soccer is all about running. The hard part is connecting running to running with a soccer ball. How can the kids learn to use a soccer ball in their fast-paced play?
Team concepts are approached, but don't hold your breath that anything resembling soccer will appear! At 3 years old, kids play “at” soccer, they won't work together to play soccer. And that's OK! They can still score some goals, they can fly like airplanes afterwards in celebration, and they can high-five the nearest outstretched palm.
That's the fun part of soccer, isn't it and we guarantee it every Sunday !