Tri-Town YMCA

Kids & Teens Sports Classes Offered at Tri-Town YMCA

Preschool Sports

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10. Parent and Me Sports of All Sorts (Ages 2-3)

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Parents and children learn sports of all sorts together! Each week a new sport is introduced including soccer, hockey, basketball, T-ball, and volleyball. Warm up and stretching is followed by skill development and a game. The children will learn team spirit and sportsmanship, all while having fun! Along the way, the children will also gain improved motor skills, hand eye coordination, and socialization.
 
 

T-Ball/Softball/Baseball

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Parent and Me Coed T-Ball (Ages 2 - 3)

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What better way to introduce your children to a sport than to play it with them? Come share your enthusiasm with your child and help them to develop an enjoyment of the game. Children will be introduced to the basics of T-ball. All children and parents should come dressed to play and have fun!
 
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Rookies Coed T-ball (Ages 3-6)

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YMCA T-Ball programs teach each child the basics of baseball to help them grow as players, all while encompassing the fun that comes standard with YMCA programs. Players develop skills, teamwork, sportsmanship, self-confidence and a love for the game. Skill development will cover the fundamentals of throwing, catching, batting, base running, game rules and etiquette. Games will be played without the emphasis on competition, but rather on creating a memorable, fun, and rewarding experience for all involved.
 
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Sluggers Coed T-Ball (Ages 5 - 7)

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YMCA T-Ball programs teach each child the basics of baseball to help them grow as players, all while encompassing the fun that comes standard with YMCA programs. Players develop skills, teamwork, sportsmanship, self-confidence and a love for the game. Skill development will cover the fundamentals of throwing, catching, batting (off a T and coach pitch), base running, game rules and etiquette. Games will be played without the emphasis on competition, but rather on creating a memorable, fun, and rewarding experience for all involved.
 
 
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