Ready Steady Go Kids: Preschooler Multisports Classes & Birthday Parties
Ready Steady Go Kids is Australia’s largest multi-sport and exercise program for preschoolers (aged 1.5–6 years). They have been operating since 2004 in their quest to help all children benefit from sport and physical activity. Today, their physio-designed program is run at approximately 200+ locations across Australia – to find your local class click here!
- Introduces preschoolers to a variety of sports in a structured, safe, inclusive and non-competitive environment.
- Show preschoolers that sport and physical activity are fun, thus developing a lifelong passion for exercise.
- Develop and enhance age-appropriate gross motor skills, coordination and correct posture.
- Introduce and reinforce the importance of warm-up and stretching to help prevent injuries, and proper hydration.
- Teach the importance of good sportsmanship and teamwork.
- Decrease childhood obesity.
- Increase each child’s confidence.
- Prepare children for school and participation in the broader community.
Each class is run indoors for 45 minutes and covers five sports each term (taught in two week blocks). Classes are designed to focus on a specific gross motor, hand-eye/foot-eye and/or balance activity to complement the sport component and the program structure is repeated each week so that the kids become familiar and comfortable with the routine.
The sports included in the Ready Steady Go Kids program are:
The program is structured so that enrollments can be accepted throughout the term. For class availability in your area, please visit the website. Fees are pro-rated to include only the remaining classes for term.
BIRTHDAY PARTIES & EVENTS
Planning your child’s next birthday party or a special event where you need the kids entertained? Let Ready Steady Go Kids take the stress out of planning and running your next event by providing a sport and
entertainment program for children that is fun, safe and healthy.
Packages start at $175 – click here to view our packages online.
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