I’m really eager to get Hudson into some activities to help his little mind and body develop, especially after months of being cooped up from this weather! So I found a Soccer Summer Camp coming up through Challenger Sports and can’t wait to get him signed up for June!
Challenger Sports, the leading camp company in the US, has launched a brand new soccer camp that combines the most popular elements of their two camp programs, British Soccer and TetraBrazil. The all new Challenger International Soccer Camp will offer instructional camp programs for each age/ability level!
The TinyTykes program will provide 3-5 year olds with fundamental soccer activities, games, and stories, designed to enhance technical skills along with physical and social development. The Half Day Camp for 6-16 year olds is the most popular program and will provide 3 hours of skill development, games, challenges and competition each day.
Register now for Challenger’s International Soccer camp and get a free international ball, t-shirt, poster, skills evaluation and new downloadable coaching app & 20 skills videos! Register 30 days before camp and qualify for a free International Game Jersey! https://www.challengersports.com/international_soccer/
(I was compensated for this post, all opinions are my own)
Anyone else SO excited for school to start again?! Not that I don’t love my kids being home.. But it’s so nice having a set schedule again.. Hudson is in swimming and soccer and is starting preschool in September and Marret starts school this Wednesday and has dance every Wednesday night..
It’s just nice knowing what to expect.. And one thing I knew was coming was my kids’ brain being stuck on Summer mode – As much as I love it I needed to kick start their minds before school started to give them an edge. The Moms Meet website had a ton of recommendations for the odddot TinkerActive Workbooks so I gave them a try and the kids LOVED them (I do too, secretly 😉 ) There are Math and Science books from grades Kindergarten to 2nd and they’re not like any of the the ones we’ve tried before.
The workbooks are hands-on and very visual. They aren’t just boring equations on a sheet – The exercises flex our children’s’ brains with projects that allow them to tinker, create and engineer at home! It is very STEM based which I am all. about. Plus, they’re FUN and we all know if our kids enjoy something it won’t be considered work to them 😉
Looking for something extra for your kids to do to help develop their fundamental skills before school begins (Or even as a supplement during school!) then y’all MUST check out TinkerActive Workbooks – You won’t be disappointed and neither will their brains 😉
They can be purchased wherever books are sold – And if you decide to purchase on Amazon, please leave a product review directly on Amazon – That’s how us parents figure out what actually works! ❥
(I was compensated for this post, all opinions are my own!)