Little Kickers can give your daughter the opportunity to give it a try in a fun, yet structured way. But, of course, football isn't just for girls!!! Little Kickers offer fun classes for both girls and boys from aged 2 to their 7th birthday, to learn basic ball skills through games and fun activities without them even realising they are picking up new skills! Little Kickers run classes in both St Albans and Harpenden, with both male and female FA qualified coaches who pass on their knowledge through a number of different activities (look out for the Crocodile Game!!) according to age and ability. The emphasis is very much on the children enjoying themselves - which judging by the noise, they certainly do! Each class lasts 45 minutes with a maximum of 18 children (grouped according to age) and two coaches and are structured into three 15-minute sections incorporating a warm-up, followed by ball skill games and finish with a penalty shootout and cool down. So what if your child doesn't show a flare for football? Well, at Little Kickers, its about more than learning how to play the game, its about other life skills too, such as confidence, coordination, listening, sharing, dexterity, control and learning how to work as part of a team. The other great thing about Little Kickers is that dad can be there! Most classes take place at the weekend in big halls with plenty of space for running off some of that endless energy! In the words of a very wise 4 year old "It's really fun and I love my kit" So have some active fun with your child, call Jamie on020 8440 6195 or enrol on line and start today!
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