FSL combines three major elements; child development theories, dramatic play and physical literacy movement principles. Physical Literacy refers to the set of movements and skills that allow us to maintain an active life, each of which your child will be introduced.Read More
Each FSL session will create an imaginary world of play suited to the child’s age and readiness. FSL is 50 minutes of creative, high energy and age-appropriate activities which develop social, emotional and cognitive skills, as well as the confidence from increased body awareness and success.Read More
Playing catch is a natural parent/child introduction to baseball. Similarly, we equip parents with illustrated instructions, encouraging the child’s play to include parent involvement through active play at home.Read More
Safety is paramount. All instructors are certified and background checked to ensure your children are in great hands.
Each instructor has been taught and is certified to teach an early childhood curriculum to children ages 2-7.
FSL teaches the foundation for Physical Literacy, the basic bodily movements in athletics in their purest form.
We’re focused on delivering a fun, safe and educational environment, while delivering a positive first experience with lacrosse.
The concept of Physical Literacy was new to me but makes sense with my kids. They’re having fun playing games, while at the same time developing skills pertinent to the game of lacrosse.
This program was exactly what we were looking for, a fun introduction to a sport I grew up playing and loving. Now my kids have the same opportunity!
This is such a good idea. At this age kids should be having fun and learning basics. My daughter is 6 and playing 8v8 with a goalie. We don’t tell tball kids to start pitching and stealing bases. I just don’t get the rush to have these kids be perfect players at 6&7.