Sportybots is fun and interactive and teaches children about fair play while introducing them to a variety of sports.
Sportybots helps children from a young age start to develop a healthy and active lifestyle that they will carry into adult life and pass on to future generations.
The programs assist in developing strong Gross Motor Skills which are the essential building blocks for many life skills. Children will enhance their skills in throwing, catching, skipping, running, hopping, hand-eye co-ordination, eye-foot co-ordination, hitting an object (bat and ball) and balance.
We allow children to develop at their own pace by gradually building on the skills learnt the previous week and provide revision of skills to enhance further understanding and skill development. Equipment used throughout the program is safe and is modified specifically for use by young children.
Programs also aid in number, colour and pattern recognition. Sportybots enhances their readiness for school by teaching about fair play, taking turns and following instructions.
A fun Gross Motor Skill Development program for toddlers and their parents/guardians. It is a semi structured program where parent and child participate in a variety of activities and group games which involve the very basic principles of different sports and is a great lead in to the Mini'z Program.
A multi sports program for boys and girls and covers Athletics, Rugby, Aussie Rules, Soccer, Cricket, T- Ball, Golf, Tennis.
Two or three sports are covered each term along with Gross Motor Skill Development. Basic skills from each sport are taught through fun games and activities.
Is a fun multi sports program for girls only and covers the sports Athletics, Hockey, Cheerleading & Dance, Soccer, Cricket, Netball, Golf, T-Ball.
The program covers two sports each term plus Gross Motor Skill Development.
A multi sports program for boys and girls Sports learnt include: Athletics, Aussie Rules, Basketball, Cricket, Golf, Hockey, rugby, Soccer, T-Ball, Tennis. Skills are developed further than the Mini'z program and children play a modified game of the sport to put their newly learnt skills into practice.