Micro Soccer Academy – Ages 2-6
The main goals of the Micro Soccer Academy are to get children excited about sports, work on overall fundamental skills, develop socialization and teach following directions. The classes are designed: 1) to overlap in age to accommodate differing physical and emotional levels, 2) to fit the schedule of parents with more than one child in our programs, 3) allow the instructors the flexibility to adapt each class accordingly, and 4) so players can take the next step into our Soccer Academy beginning at age 7.
Session 4 February 2020
**UPDATED** Due to postponing this session these are the updated dates–Saturday classes resume 4/4 and end 4/20, Monday on 4/6 and end 4/25.
February 24–April 25
Contact Carey Newman at email@example.com or 570.575.4119 with any questions.
Click on class time below to register — if registration is not available class is full
|Kickers (2-3 Years)||4:30||10:00|
|Dribblers (3-4 Years)||5:30||10:00|
|Passers (4-5 Years)||4:30||10:00|
|Strikers (5-6 Years)||5:30||11:00|
Class Age Groups
Kickers 2-3 Years Parent-Child Class
Parent-child interactive class that focuses on physical development, socialization, following directions, and getting excited about sports activities. 40-45 mins, 12 children maximum per instructor.
Dribblers 3-4 Years
First class on their own focusing on following directions, ball control, and more complex physical development–balance, foot coordination, and body control while moving. Non-competitive. 45 mins, 10 children maximum per instructor.
Passers 4-5 Years
Focuses on more complex ball skills, game like situations, and introduction to scrimmaging. 50 mins, 10 children maximum per instructor.
Strikers 5-6 Years
Focuses on more team concepts, encouraging individual ball skills, and preparing to continue in soccer academy. 50 mins, 12 children maximum per instructor.
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Tentative Dates for future sessions: Session 5–April 27–May 23, 4 weeks $55; Session 6–May 30–July 25, 8 weeks $80 (8 classes for price of 6)
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