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Canton! Check out Soccer Summer Camp and FunZone Pass!

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As I mentioned before, it is time to get the summer activities planned. We’ve mentioned plenty (see related articles below), but one that needs additional mentioning is Lil’ Kickers at High Velocity Sports in Canton.

Lil’ Kickers is a National franchised, non-competitive soccer development program for ages 18 months to 11 years old. There are parent/child classes offered for kids 3.5 and under plus beginner, intermediate, and advanced classes for ages 4-11. Currently, High Velocity Sports hosts over 2700 kids per year for Lil’ Kickers at our Canton location and over 900 kids per year at the Taylor Sportsplex location. Kids learn age and skill-appropriate fundamentals through various fun and challenging activities taught by enthusiastic and compassionate coaches. The entire program has week by week curriculum that was created by child development experts.

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Time for soccer camp – indoor soccer camp in Canton with High Velocity Sports

HVS All-Sports Camps

High Velocity Sports offers super fun All-Sports Camps for kids ages 3.5-13 year old. The camps are run by First Aid/CPR/AED trained staff and the camps are State Licensed and part of the American Camp Association. Mini Campers (ages 3.5-5.5) will participate in some classroom activities and some sports activities, alternating every hour. Jr. and Sr. Campers will play a different sport every 30 minutes. Full Day and Half Day options are available along with by the day or weekly camps.

Coupon Time!

Whether you choose soccer camp with Lil’ Kickers or not, here’s a way to have fun! Check out a buy one get one fun zone pass! BOGO Inflatable Fun Zone Pass – Purchase one Inflatable Fun Zone pass and receive one FREE of equal value.

What’s your plan for camp this summer?

Disclosure: As part of this post, my son will be able to enjoy some indoor soccer time, I’ll post more about that once we’ve given it a try! We specifically look for indoor options because outdoor fields have the potential for icky chemical herbicides which we’re not exactly fans of.

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3 comments

  1. I don’t send my kids to camp. I’ve heard so many bad things about camps including child molestations etc that I’m just terrified. I do things with my summer all year long and this summer we’re heading to FL for 3 weeks to take in Disney and Universal.

     
  2. Summer camp is such a great way for kids to stay active and social during summer break. We aren’t doing camp ourselves this year, but we have a lot of activities planned so they aren’t sitting in front of a screen all summer.

     

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