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Lil' Sluggers (Ages 18 mo. to 4)

A child development program created to introduce toddlers to the game of baseball. Classes develop important baseball skills such as throwing, catching, hitting, and base running. Developmentally appropriate equipment and games are used to teach your child the game of baseball in a fun, exciting and positive environment.

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Winter Session

Session January 2 - March 3
Registration begins Wednesday, December 6

 

Sunday • 9-week session $144   
Mascots    9 a.m.    2 years    
Majors    10 a.m.    4 years    
Minors    11 a.m.    3 years    
Majors & Minors    12 p.m.    3 & 4 years    


Tuesday • 9-week session $144 
Mascots    9:30 a.m.    2 years    
Minors    10:30 a.m.    3 years    


Saturday • 9-week session $144    
Mascots    10 a.m.    2 years    
Minors    11 a.m.    3 years    
Majors    12 p.m.    4 years    


Notes: one class per week.

Discounts on in-person registration only*  
20% discount for siblings.
20% discount for multiple sport registration.
(Applied to each additional sibling & to each additional sport)
*Discounts cannot be applied to online registrations

You can enroll at anytime with a Pro-rated fee if space available.   

*Availability subject to change at Soccer Tots Coach’s discretion.

 

Class Descriptions

Mascots • Age 2
The Mascots curriculum is designed to have the children begin their baseball experience in a fun environment that also introduces simple basics of the game. (Parent participation required)

Minors • Age 3
The Minors curriculum is designed to have the children continue their baseball experience in a fun environment that also reinforces fundamentals of the game. (Parent participation as needed)

Majors • Age 4
The Majors curriculum expands on skills learned in the 3 year old program, with slightly more technical instruction and game situations.

*Hall of Famers • Age 5
The Hall of Famers curriculum is designed to have the children continue improving their fundamental skills while preparing them for their next level of participation, organized tee-ball.
* This class is not offered at the gym.

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