SuperTots Sports Academy

Graham Parks and Rec is excited to announce a new partnership; bringing more activities to the area.   

Starting in mid-March; SuperTots Sports Academy will offer toddler sports programs in a variety of different sports for kids ages 18 months to 6 years.

SuperTots offers a progressive curriculum which is professionally designed to develop motor skills, promote physical fitness, create self-confidence and prepare young children for sports. It stresses a non-competitive environment and promotes fun above all else in a safe fully insured location.

SuperTots Sports Academy provides sport-based development programs where children discover and develop athletic, motor, and social skills. SuperTots’ curriculum is specifically designed to promote development alongside a healthy, active lifestyle.

Sports based programs for 18-Month to 6.5-year-olds!

Our curriculum is designed to engage kids, develop motor skills, promote fitness, and most of all FUN!

HOOPSTERTOTS

Learning basketball has never been more fun! These classes focus on dribbling, shot technique, passing, and teamwork. Adjustable hoops and appropriately sized basketballs are used to always provide just the right amount of challenge.

On February 12, from 6-8:00 pm SuperTots will offer a Demo Class and preview of their programs. Demos will be held in the Small Gym at the Graham Recreation Center. We ask that you reserve a spot using this form to ensure they have enough staff and can guide or answer your questions.

Demos will run the following times:

  • 2-3 year olds  6:00-6:15     and     7:00-7:15
  • 4-6 year olds  6:30-6:45     and     7:30-7:45

Between those times it will be an open forum to come and ask questions and learn more.

Use this link below to have participants find classes for just Graham and register easily and quickly!

REGISTER NOW FOR HOOPSTERTOTS OR SOCCERTOTS

SOCCERTOTS

Our flagship program! Playable on almost any surface, these soccer-themed motor skill classes are very easy for youngsters to get into. Younger age groups focus on developing motor skills and self-confidence; older classes focus more on developing core soccer skills and personal focus and introduce an element of light competition.