Sioux Falls Family YMCA

Itty Bitty Sports

Instructional Programs for Kids Ages 3-5

 

 

Itty Bitty Soccer League

This introductory co-ed youth soccer league is designed to emphasize and develop soccer skills including kicking, dribbling, passing and team play.  Weeks 1-2 of the program focus on skill building while helping the youth understand the game. Youth will then transition into playing soccer games against other "Itty Bitty" teams, to encourage team play and character development. Parents will not need to provide soccer balls as the YMCA will provide the soccer balls and a "Itty Bitty" t-shirt. Team practices and play will run for an hour sometime during 9 am -12 pm. Schedule will be sent out prior to start of the league. The program takes place at the Downtown YMCA in the gym.

YMCA Program Members: $49      Non-Members: $70

No classes for Fall 2018!  Check back for Spring 2019.

 

Itty Bitty Basketball

This introductory co-ed youth basketball program is designed to emphasize and develop basketball skill work including dribbling, passing, shooting and team play.  During this progressive session, classes focus on individual development as well as teamwork and character development.  Your little hoopster will learn basketball while having tons of FUN!  This program is designed for skill building and is NOT a team competition league. Parents will not need to provide soccer balls as the YMCA will provide basketball balls as the YMCA will provide the balls and a "Itty Bitty" t-shirt. The program will take place at the Downtown YMCA.

YMCA Program Members: $49      Non-Members: $70

Fall Classes are FULL!  Go ahead and register to be put on the wait list in case a spot opens up!

For more information, contact Sarah Wittrock at sarahw@siouxfallsymca.org or call (605) 336-3190.

 

 

Did You Know?

In December 1891, at the YMCA in Springfield, Massachusetts, James Naismith invented the sport of basketball. Naismith hung peach baskets to the bottom of a second-level running track and taught YMCA members this new game. Today, basketball is second only to soccer as the most popular sport in the world.

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