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    Hi just wondering if anyone has there kids enrolled in Soccer time kids and if so how do your kids like it ? I found it on the internet and it looks quiet good my son is 18 months which is the starting age and I've enrolled him for his trial two weeks im hoping he will enjoy it.

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    I agree that it looks quite good but we decided against it as it works out so expensive! We have just enrolled in the 'kidstart' program at the Cranbourne Indoor Sport Centre and that it going well so far! You can access more information on this via their website. I can also fill you in on what I know tomorrow afternoon :-)

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    We enrolled ds1 at approx the same age.
    It's a great set up, the instructors were just wonderful, but ds wasn't particularly interested in being told what to do with the ball!
    He saw nets, he saw bags of soccer balls and he just wanted to go for it, not learn how to stop and kick a ball correctly.
    That's just our ds, though. He's nearly 3 and we thought we'd look at the programme when he's closer to 4.

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    At that age I would play with a soccer ball and net, kick it around at a park or in the backyard.

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    I have just signed my little man (4) up for squirts which starts at age 3 I think any younger than that is a bit young.

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    If you have a look at the website its not like they full on train them, its more for a social more fun thing to do, that and also parents get to interact aswell and kids can have fun and make some friends. Im doing it more so cause my sons very attached to me so i've been told i need to get him out of his comfort zone, so i've been trying to get him doing more activities where there are more people and kids around so he gets more comfortable and also cause i think its something fun we can do together.


 

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