Playtime is an interactive program designed for toddlers and pre-schoolers that introduces them to a range of sports and movement in a fun and non-competitive environment. Skills are taught through repetition and will also extend to when they play at home.
Each session runs for a duration of 30 minutes and only costs $18.
Each session runs for a total of 45 minutes and only costs $12.50.
Playtime is a program dedicated to help:
- Improve motor skills
- Improve coordination
- Develop social skills
- Build an understanding of play
- Provide an opportunity for social connections
- Introduce kids to teamwork
The program is divided into two age-specific groups, Totts and Playtime.
TOTTS (18m – 3y):
Totts is a great introduction class for children 18 months through to 3 years old.
The class is an exciting, positive and imaginative first experience of Sport. It is an opportunity for children to engage with our fun visual games that aim to enhance coordination, stability, strength and functional skills, delivered with different themes, songs, music and awards.
PLAYTIME (3y – 5y):
Playtime will have more independent learning (although parents will still play a role in the sessions) and progress their skills to a level that will give them a head start into team sports and preschool sports. These sessions will involve more technical skills and increased complexity to the games, but will continue to focus on the importance of having fun and learning at the same time.
Book a spot in our fun and affordable classes now and help your child develop their social skills and coordination!
Sessions are running in two convenient locations at the following times:
Cobblebank Indoor Stadium
Cnr Ferris Road and Bridge Road, Cobblebank
Monday & Thursdays
9:30 am, 10:15 am and 11:00 am
Caroline Springs Leisure Centre
9 The Parade, Caroline Springs
Tuesday, Wednesday & Fridays
9:30am, 10:15 am and 11:00 am
The term started on Monday 10th July and will run all the way through until Friday 15th September.
To find out more about our Playtime program, click here.