Ages: 3 – 5 year olds
Dates: November 7th – December 12th (No class on Nov. 28th due to Thanksgiving!)
Time: 5:00 – 6:30pm
We will have 1-2 practices before games begin. Someone from Ageless will call you with the time of your first soccer practice. At your first practice, schedules will be handed out. This is a non-competitive environment to encourage the children to enjoy the game. Our goal is to promote social development and learn the game of soccer. This is for fun only!!! If you have any questions, please contact Corrie at 217 – 313 – 6465. We look forward to working with your child.
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Wee Lil’ Kickers – Ages 2-3
Parents assist their children during class.
The class focuses on:
Introductions of dribbling, tapping, and passing
Cooperative games to enhance basic skills
Listening skills and peer interaction
Providing quality fun for parent and child
Lil’ Kickers – 3 1/2 – 6 years old
Kids are dropped off. Parents enjoy time for exercise!
The class teaches:
Cost – $25 (4 week session)
Location: Ageless Fitness Center, 103 N. Jersey St., Gillespie, IL 62033
Class Information: Thursday Nights
2 – 3 year olds: 5:30 – 6:00pm
3 1/2 – 6 year olds: 6:10 – 6:40pm
Children should wear athletic clothes and shoes, (shin guards and in-door soccer shoes are not necessary).
Encourage your child to have fun with soccer in a fun setting.
Contact Diana Kamadulski, Instructor/Certified PE Teacher 618 – 799 – 8879 or email@example.com
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Where: Ageless Fitness, 103 N. Jersey St., Gillespie, IL 62033
Who: 3 – 5 year old boys & girls
When: Sunday, April 15th through Sunday, May 6th
How Much: $30 per player (includes free t-ball t-shirt)
Time: 3:30pm – 6:00pm or 7:00pm on Sunday afternoons
Registration Deadline: April 8th
Players will have the opportunity to learn the game of t-ball with the help of the Ageless staff. We will focus on throwing the ball, hitting, running the bases, and fielding. The first week will be practice, and then we will begin games. A staff member will contact you with the time of your first practice and schedules will be given out at practice.
If you have any questions, please contact Jan at 217 – 839 – 3874. Remember this is a non-competitive environment. Our goal is for the kids to have fun and want to play. We look forward to working with your child.
Ages: 2 – 4 years old
Dates: 5 Weeks – February 5th through March 4th
Days: Sunday Afternoons
We will have 1 practice before games begin. Someone from Ageless will call you with the time of your first soccer practice. At your first practice, game schedules will be handed out. This is a non-competitive environment to encourage the children to enjoy the game. Our goal is to promote social development and learn the game of soccer. This is for fun only! We will have 2 weeks of soccer and 2 weeks of kickball. If you have any questions, please contact Corrie at 217 – 313 – 6465. I look forward to working with your child.
Little Kickers soccer is about more than just developing future soccer all-stars. In fact, you’ll see more smiles and hear more laughs than goals. Over the course of 2 practices and 3 weeks of exciting games, your child will improve:
- Soccer fundamentals – kicking, dribbling, and passing in a fun, progressive setting
- Passion for sports – children learn to love the game at an early age because of what the game represents: a fun, exciting challenge that is sprinkled with success and failure.
- Social Interaction – children learn the importance of cooperation and teamwork, as well as team success with friends.
- Responsibility – children learn the importance of continued improvement, striving for excellence, and the benefits of hard work, as well as the ability to handle success and failure. Children also learn how to take directions and listen to authority.
- Muscle and Strength – Improvements in balance, coordination, and fine and gross motor development