Stretch-n-Grow Class Descriptions, Dates and Days Off
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Dockweiler Youth Center:  Camps, Classes and

in Santa Monica
(that includes some References from
our 5 Star Enrichment Camp at
the Dockweiler Youth Center)

20th Anniversary
The Premier Funtastic Fitness and Skill Development Program for Preschool Children. CLICK HERE or the Star above to learn more about our Fabulously Fun and  Educational  Programs.
KINDERSPORTS (Multiple Classes; Preschool-Ages 3-5)
Preschool and Pre-K Students (3-5 years old) will have TONS OF FUN while learning and refining their movement, coordination and sports skills, learning to play a variety of sports, which can include Basketball, Soccer, T-Ball, as well as others that the kids would enjoy. The children will warm-up and stretch at the beginning of each class. Classes are FUN and SKILL DEVELOPMENT ORIENTED. Skills taught will be based on the level of each group. Min/Max Enrollment: 6/10 per class.

8 Fridays; Sept 23-Dec 9, 2011 (No Classes on Oct 14, Nov 4, 11, 25, 2011)
Classes at 12:45-1:30 pm and 3:15-4:00 pm

SOCCER (Multiple Classes; Preschool, Ages 3-5)
Students will have TONS OF FUN while learning FUNDAMENTAL SOCCER SKILLS and beginning preparation to play Recreational Soccer for Fun, Leagues, etc. SOCCER SKILLS TO BE TAUGHT/REINFORCED INCLUDE: dribbling, passing, shooting, offense and defense. Benefits include Developing movement skills, eye-foot coordination, enhancing self-confidence, learning teamwork, and improving concentration. Min/Max: 6/10

11 Tuesdays; 12:45-1:30 pm; Sept 20-Dec 6, 2011 (No Class on Nov 22, 2011)
11 Wednesdays; 3:15-4:00 pm; Setp 21-Dec 7, 2011 (No Class on Nov 23, 2011)

TENNIS (Grades K-3rd)
Students will have TONS OF FUN while learning FUNDAMENTAL TENNIS SKILLS AND A “LOVE” FOR A LIFELONG SPORT. Our Staff utilize portable nets, downsized racquets and other age appropriate equipment. The skills taught will vary depending on the level of each group. Some of the tennis skills that will be taught include grips, forehand, backhand, volleying, rules and scoring. The benefits of these skills include improved eye-hand coordination, improving concentration, sharpening thinking, mathematics, social and communication skills, as well as enhancing self-confidence. Min/Max: 6/9

11 Wednesdays; Sept 21-Dec 7, 2011 (No Class on Nov 23, 2011)
Classes at 3:15-4:00 pm