Staying indoors all winter long with a toddler can be really, really boring. To help bare with the cold months, we started soccer lessons when Noah was 20 months and we LOVE it. The program is designed to help develop children’s social, emotional, and cognitive skills while providing physical exercise. They promote players who are good sports and good teammates, on and off the field. The coaches are very encouraging, always high-fiving, and players get stamps at the end of each lesson (my son’s favorite part). My favorite part? Noah get’s to get channel some of his energy all while having a positive learning experience. It is a 50 minute lesson with an adult, but at the age of 3, a parent is no longer required.
Ages: 18 months – 9 years
Classes: Weekday & Weekend
Spring Session: Mar 19th – Jun 17th
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I look forward to every weekend. Why? It’s our devoted family time. I try to keep it sacred. 👨👩👧 But yesterday I ran around by myself which was different for a change. I took some time to workout, eat with friends and actually, meditate! Yes, I did yoga and meditate @chill_out_chi. Very different for me but I LOVED IT! 🙏🏼🙌🏼 I felt energized and recharged for my busy toddler this week. I hope you all had a great weekend 💙 #soccer #soccermom #happyweekend #cglgoodfamily
You can book a free trial class using this link.
TIP: They have locations in Chicago and Chicago-land suburbs.
(TheChicagoGoodLife is a partner of Lil’Kickers)