YA In-Communities

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Young Athletes Flyer

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Emergency Care Refusal Form

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Young Athletes Registration Form

Wanting to participate in the Young Athletes In-Communities Program? Make sure to have this registration form filled out for the first day of the season! Download Registration Form

Young Athletes In-Communities: Lesson 6 – Striking Content

Young Athletes In-Communities: Lesson 6 Striking mean hitting a ball or object with one's hand or with an object, like a stick, bat, paddle or racket. Striking helps develop hand-eye coordination skills needed for tennis, golf, softball, volleyball, and floorball....

Young Athletes In-Communities: Lesson 5 – Throwing Content

Young Athletes In-Communities: Lesson 5 The ability to catch and throw a ball often reflects how well a child can balance their body in space, interact with the environment, and coordinate opposing sides of the body. As a prelude to specialized sports, ball skills...

Young Athletes In-Communities: Lesson 4 – Trapping and Catching Content

Young Athletes In-Communities: Lesson 4 The ability to catch and throw a ball often reflects how well a child can balance their body in space, interact with the environment, and coordinate opposing sides of the body. As a prelude to specialized sports, ball skills...

Young Athletes In-Communities: Lesson 3 – Jumping and Balance Content

Young Athletes In-Communities: Lesson 3 Good balance is important for many activities and sports. Balance helps children climb stairs and walk on uneven surfaces, like grass or sand. Good balance will develop confidence for jumping and leaping. Lesson 3 (English)...

Young Athletes In-Communities: Lesson 2 – Walking and Running Content

Young Athletes In-Communities: Lesson 2 Walking and running are skills that allow children to explore their environment. Both skills allow children to participate in a variety of recreational activities, sports games and learning experiences. Lesson 2 (English) Lesson 2 (Spanish)

Young Athletes In-Communities: Lesson 1 – Foundational Skills Content

Young Athletes In-Communities: Lesson 1 Foundational skills help children become aware of themselves and their relationship to their surroundings. They also support basic health and physical fitness. Lesson 1 (English) Lesson 1 (Spanish)