Mini Sports introduces children to a different sport each week, learning the new skills, rules and structure required to be able to participate in each of the sports.
At this age, children are in their early learning and development stage. It's important to teach children that sport and being active can be lots of fun, and of the importance of practising many different skills and not just one!
The variety in sports allows children to use and develop their eye, hand, foot and ball coordination.
Each sport relates to a core motor development skill such as:
Some of the other sports we include in our sessions are t-ball, athletics, hockey and many more.
- eye and hand - cricket
- foot and ball - soccer
- hand and ball - basketball
- eye and foot - rugby
- hand and foot - AFL.
Mini Sports also assists with children’s social development and encourages friendship and teamwork amongst participants.
About the program
Sessions run for approximately 45 minutes, once every week during the school term.
The sports for each term may vary depending on the term length and class.
Each term the skills for each sport will be taught in a different way allowing your child to develop their skills in a new and fun way.
The class structure is:
- warm up game
- 1 - 3 sport specific skills
- a match/game
- fruit time
At the end of each Mini Sport class we have fruit time which is proudly provided fresh every week by Vitality Cafe Highton.
During fruit time we all sit down and discuss the sport we just learnt and enjoy some healthy fruit together.
Sharing fruit each week teaches children that healthy foods can be delicious foods and shows that healthy sport goes hand in hand with healthy eating.
Not sure if your child will enjoy Mini Sports? Organise a trial session by emailing us (email@example.com).
Pricing is based on a weekly rate and a full term fee is payable at the beginning of each term upon enrolment. Enrolments should be completed online.
- Full price is based on $10 per week
Mid term enrolments are accepted please contact our centre for more information.