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HappyFeet Soccer

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HappyFeet classes are a fun approach to ensuring your child has an absolute blast while developing elite physical skills and self-concept. The HappyFeet curriculum is designed to gradually develop ever more advanced physical skills and self-belief. HappyFeet is age and skill level appropriate. Your child is building a foundation to perform and master some of the most difficult moves in soccer. To make sure every child has a positive experience, HappyFeet classes are non-competitive. We use fun techniques to develop muscle memory towards the training of dynamic dribbling and shooting skills.

HappyFeet Little Toes (Ages 2 – 3.5)
This is strictly an introduction to the game of soccer.  Our goal in this age category is to develop the gross motor movements that will enhance balance and coordination while also beginning to develop the muscle movements for kicking a soccer ball.   This class is 30 minutes long and is parent friendly (mom/dad & me).  We strive to help your child begin their independence away from you (the parent) when they join our coaches as they sing, laugh, and take Bob on different adventures.
HappyFeet (Ages 3.5 – 5)
During this stage your child will flourish within our imagination based curriculum.  Not only will they begin to develop excellent gross motor skills they will also begin to develop a healthy recognition of their own self-concept!   Here our class time jumps to 1 hour as we allow time to introduce fun, non-competitive games along with our imagination based learning approach.  During your child’s time with us at this stage they will begin to learn basic and advanced soccer moves with the ball.  These moves are then incorporated into the stories and games that we play with your children to increase repetition without it ever feeling like practice!

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