For ages 2 1/2 to 5
Kinder Sports is a introductory level multidisciplinary sports, exercise and literacy program. The program is designed to increase each child’s understanding and involvement in physical activity by concentrating on the development of fundamental gross motor-skills. The program incorporates an educational component to develop each child’s understanding of shapes, colours, numbers and the alphabet through participation in our fun skills and games.
Trial classes: Arranged on request.
Mid term enrollments: Pay $22 per remaining class. Request price on registration.
*11:15 class available when numbers allow. Contact us if you’re interested.
Outlined below are skills that will be developed during your child’s time in our program. We do this by using fun, appropriate activities and games.
- swinging body parts
- rolling and stopping objects
- throwing at targets, between partners
- catching- varying sizes and shapes
- bouncing- one hand, two hands
- striking and hitting, moving and stationary objects
- kicking, moving and stationary objects
- spatial awareness
- directions, boundaries
- interaction with others
- team play
- skills in action
- leadership roles and skills
- jumping /landing
Tuesday & Thursday
Club Willoughby, 26 Crabbes Ave, Willoughby. Parking on site.
Longueville Sports Club, Cnr Kenneth Street and River Road, Longueville. Parking on Kenneth Street.
Lane Cove Bowling Club, 151 Burns Bay Rd, Lane Cove. Parking on site.
- $220 Per term
- 45min classes
- Classes continue rain, hail or shine
9:15am to 10:00am
10:15am to 11:00am
*11:15am to 12:00pm
|2018 Term 1 – Feb
|Term 2 – May|
|Term 3 – July|
|Term 4 – October|
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I just wanted to thank you for coaching Hunter this year. The Kinder Sports program is excellent and you are such a fantastic and positive role model for the kids. I know Hunter will miss you and LL next year when he starts big school.
We will see you for the multi-sport camp in December and hopefully again in January.
My son started doing Kinder Sports when he was 2 1/2. I had always taken my older daughters to dance classes when they were preschoolers so I wanted to do something special with him that I thought he would be interested in. Another Preschool mum highly recommended Little Legends because she said that the fellow who ran it was a young enthusiastic first grade Gordon rugby player and her son really responded well to him. My son has done 2 1/2 years in the program (including attending multi sports and rugby camps) and I can honestly say Terry has been one of the most positive influences on my son’s life. Terry has boundless patience and has taught my son how to play rugby, tennis, basketball, soccer etc etc but more importantly he has taught him the importance of sharing and good sportsmanship through play. I have no doubt that my son will be well equipped to handle playground life when he starts primary school given all the skills he has learnt through Little Legends. I can highly recommend Little Legends as a multi sports skills program not only because it offers very personalised attention to each individual child but because it is predominantly fun.