18 – 24 months: Bunnies (Parent-Child)
Bunnies classes introduce toddlers to soccer with games that allow them to run, play as a group and kick a ball. They gain basic soccer skills while building fundamentals such as balance and coordination. Classes incorporate activities that are geared toward a toddler's unique way of learning and include parachutes, bubbles, noodles, cones, lots of goal scoring and more.
2 – 3 yrs: Thumpers (Parent-Child)
Parents and kids, led by one of our instructors, play organized games together to develop listening skills, balance, ball skills and foot-eye coordination. Thumpers is the ideal next step for Bunnies veterans and a perfect introduction to Lil' Kickers for new players.
2.5 – 3.5 yrs: Cottontails (Parent-Child)
Cottontails is a class designed for children who are ready for more of a challenge than a Thumpers class, but who are not quite ready to be on the field without a parent or caregiver. The Cottontails curriculum is designed to build fundamental skills such as balance, coordination, and ball kicking skills. Cottontails classes also offer another component—helping your child build a sense of independence. As children progress through the session and become ready for more independence, parents can transition.
3 & 4 yrs: Jackrabbits (Intermediate)
Jackrabbits classes are designed to help transition children into non-competitive team play. Children play creative games to develop fundamental soccer skills and will also be introduced to more one-ball oriented games and scrimmaging. The focus of the scrimmages will be to help players understand how to apply skills in different situations and building teamwork. Some small sided non-competitive soccer games are introduced.
4 & 5 yrs: Micro 4/5 (Intermediate)
Micro 4/5 classes are for four and five year olds with previous soccer experience who are ready for more of a challenge. Players learn more advanced fundamental soccer skills through fun, age-appropriate and creative skill building games and have the opportunity to practice those skills in non-competitive scrimmages.
5 & 6 yrs: Skills Institute 5/6 Level 1 (Advanced)
Focus is on basic fundamentals of player development: dribbling, passing, shooting, trapping and how to use these skills effectively in a game. Skills Institute takes players through fundamental skill building, competitive drills and games to develop self-confidence in practice and game situations.
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