Our Multi-Sport Athlete classes are specifically designed for all age levels. These classes teach the fundamentals of baseball, basketball, floor hockey, football, soccer, and volleyball. One sport is focused on for two to three weeks before rotating to another sport. Multi-Sport Athlete classes also include a fitness and cooperative games session. Skills of each sport are taught in small and large groups, with games eventually being played at the appropriate age levels.
Kids In Sports’ Pre-School Athletes program offers children 2½ through 4 years old the opportunity to combine the best of the Kids In Sports athletic program with a classroom segment utilizing a curriculum designed to aid pre-school learners.
Our Pre-School Athletes program is a drop-off class that provides children an opportunity to separate from their caregivers. Our low teacher/child ratio of experienced and caring staff provide a wonderful atmosphere for learning and play.
The sports portion of our Pre-School Athletes program uses our unparalleled lesson plans for sports, games, races, and fun. Sports include baseball, basketball, football, hockey, soccer, and volleyball. One sport is focused on for two to three weeks before rotating to another sport. The class also includes fitness and cooperative games, as well as other gross motor skills development activities.
The classroom portion of our Pre-School Athletes program focuses on socialization and stimulating play while introducing educational concepts such as letter recognition, language development, and other cognitive development activities. Children will interact with different tactile objects, puzzles, and complete art projects while focusing on fine motor skills. Snack and Circle Time are always included!
Kids In Sports Advanced Athlete classes are geared to the child who has a particular interest or love for a certain individual sport (soccer, baseball, basketball, hockey, football, or volleyball). These classes delve more deeply into the knowledge of a specific sport’s history, rules, movements, and skills to give children an edge on the competition. Classes encompass an array of individual and group activities, and drills as well as competitive games.
Interested in starting an Advanced Athletes class? Contact Kids In Sports at 508-660-7111 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Academy Athletes program is Kids In Sports' multi- or sport-specific offering for after-school programs. Academy Athletes are picked up from their school by Kids In Sports and transported to sport venues close by. Academy Athletes participate in sport specific exercises and drills in addition to a short competitive game each class. Sports can include baseball, basketball, flag-football volleyball and soccer.
If interested in organizing an Academy Athlete group in your child's school please contact or have your after school coordinator contact us at 508-660-7111 or email@example.com
Our Multi-Sport Camps offer children the chance to continue honing the skills learned in their Kids In Sports classes, or to find out what their sporting interests may be. Camps can be indoors or outdoors, depending on the time of year and age of the children. Camps focus on soccer, baseball, football, basketball, floor hockey, and volleyball.
Younger children will also participate in arts and crafts, story time, and other free-play activities and games. Our older camps focus more on engaging and immersing children more deeply into all the sports we teach. Cooperative games emphasizing the importance of teamwork and sportsmanship are a staple of all camps and all ages.
KIS Enrichment is an after-school class designed to compliment a child's school schedule or act as a stand-alone class. Class is divided into two segments with one half of the class being sports instruction and games in our gym and the other half reserved in our classroom for educational concepts, story time, games, snack, arts and crafts and more. (Homework help available for older children)
Please call 508-660-7111 to sign up or make a reservation.
Our Open Play program focuses on allowing children to come and let out their energy honing sport specific skills taught in our classes and camps. Structured more as a facilitative time for kids to practice what they want, children have the opportunity to mingle from sports station to sports station and engage in a variety of activities or concentrate their efforts on a single one for the duration of the open play.