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28 July 2018 Posted by 

READY STEADY GO KIDS

Getting youngsters moving
READY Steady Go Kids started in 2004 in a quest to help all children benefit from sport and physical activity.

Today, its classes are run at approximately 200 locations across Australia and many more internationally.
 
The Ready Steady Go Kids multi-sport program was designed by a paediatric physiotherapist and occupational therapist.
 
It aims to enhance children's gross and fine motor skills, encourage their continued participation in sports and prepare them for the early school years.
 
The program is designed to build confidence and self-esteem, providing a platform of knowledge and boosting school readiness skills.
 
It incorporates basic counting and colour concepts, encourages team work and sportsmanship, builds social skills and develops listening skills and concentration in a fun, non-competitive environment.
 
The team teaches 10 different sports rotating every two weeks during the school term, which helps children develop a broad range of skills and the variety ensures continued interest in the program.
 
The Ready Steady Go Kids program caters for children between the ages of 18 months to 6 years.
 
Its 30 to 45-minute classes are held indoors seven mornings a week at Blacktown Leisure Centre Stanhope Gardens, Parklea Public School in Glenwood and Hills Sports Fitness and Aquatic Centre at Seven Hills.
 
A free trial is available by booking online
www.readysteadygokids.com.au or by call 1300 766 892.

 



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Email: info@wsba.com.au
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