SOCCER SHOTS PITTSBURGH NOTICE REGARDING WINTER & SPRING SEASON & COVID-19

In response to social distancing measures being taken across North America, we are excited to announce that we are completing our Winter Season and starting our Spring Season with our new and exciting Soccer Shots On The Go online programming! Click here to see related announcements for WINTER and for SPRING!

It’s not too late to enroll for our spring season, which launches Monday 4/6 with Soccer Shots On The Go! Week 1 of spring Soccer Shots On The Go will be emailed to participants on 4/6, with week 2 delivered on 4/13, and so on until we are able to resume in-person classes on Soccer Island.

Because we intend to switch to in-person sessions once it’s safe to do so, enrollment is still following our usual format of selecting a particular location, day, & class time on our enrollment website. Join in on the fun of spring soccer today!

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Family Resources

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HEALTH & SAFETY AT SOCCER SHOTS

In response to the social distancing measures being taken across North America, we are making adjustments to the way we deliver the Soccer Shots experience. As the safety and well-being of our families is always our highest consideration, we want to ensure that your children (and you!) are still able to keep some sense of normalcy throughout these uncertain times.

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MY SOCCER ISLAND STORY PRINTABLE

Create your own silly soccer story! Fill in the blanks by choosing a word for each noun specified. Then, read your story out loud. Get ready for lots of giggles!

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10 Things Parents Can Ask To Help Kids Learn Life Lessons From Sports

These questions, in the right moments and situations involving sports, can help your child draw the parallels between lessons learned in sports so they can apply them to life and the bigger overall picture. Children may not readily understand that connection, but by communicating with them using these conversation starters, they will start to draw the parallels themselves.

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