Wednesday 5 October 2011

Meet a Little Kicker - Lachlyn

We were lucky enough to interview Lachlyn on Saturday at his Little Kickers Gold Coast class.  Here is what Lachlyn,  aged 4 had to say about Little Kickers. 

Venues of Little Kickers attended:   Pacific Pines
How long have you been coming to Little Kickers? 1 year now   
What is your favourite little Kickers game? Catching the coach
What do you like best about little kickers?  Kicking Goals!
What do you want to be when you grow up?  A mechanic & Buzz Lightyear!
What’s your favourite healthy food? Bananas, Strawberries & Yoghurt
Who is your favourite coach?  Coach Brad
What do you love? Lightning McQueen & riding my bike
Your Mum and/or Dad’s perspective on Little Kickers....
We love Little Kickers and the skills they learn and think it’s important for Lachlyn to be part of ‘A team’.  He loves the big boy soccer outfit and wants to keep his ’real’ uniform on all day!

Monday 19 September 2011

Meet a Little Kicker - Beau

On Sunday we had the pleasure of interviewing Beau who attends our Gold Coast Burleigh Sunday Junior Kickers Class.  Here is what Beau (and his Dad) had to say!

Age: 3
Venues of Little Kickers attended?
Burleigh, Gold Coast
How long have you been coming to Little Kickers? 
12 weeks
What is your favourite little Kickers game?
“Kicking the ball into the net”
What do you like best about little kickers?
“Kicking the ball into the net”  (same answer J)
What do you want to be when you grow up?
What’s your favourite healthy food?
Who is your favourite coach? 
“Coach Brad” & “Coach Corey”
What do you love?
“Poppy” & “Smoothies”
Your Mum and/or Dad’s perspective on Little Kickers -
Structured learning in a fun environment – Leaning physical coordination (soccer skills, etc), Practising mental alertness (listening skills, taking instructions and carrying these out properly, concentration skills, etc).
……and most importantly Beau loves it.

Friday 9 September 2011

Meet one of our Little Kickers - Harry

Abbey at Little Kickers Gold Coast had the pleasure of interviewing Harry at Little Kickers Southport. Here is what Harry had to say about his favourite weeks activity.

Name -

Age -

Venues of Little Kickers you attend on the Gold Coast -

How long have you been coming to Little Kickers?
2 months

What is your favourite Little Kickers game?
Donkey kick 'E-OR'!

What do you like best about Little Kickers?
Scoring goals and playing soccer with my friends

What do you want to be when you grow up?
A racing car driver

What’s your favourite healthy food?
Chicken pasta

Who is your favourite coach?
Coach Colin

What do you love?
Lightening McQueen and the Cars movie

Your Mum and/or Dad's perspective on Little Kickers -
Little Kickers is a great way for young children to learn some early ball skills, to get some healthy exercise and most of all, to have fun! All the kids love it!

Friday 4 February 2011

Welcome to the Chinese New Year 2011

Well we are already into our second month of 2011, how time flies when you are having lots of fun. We have now entered the year of the Rabbit, which according to the Chinese Zodiac is the luckiest year and I am hopeful that it will yield some sporting luck!

We have just lost out on the Asian cup and Tandanari Lee is now a name that will evoke painful memories for Socceroos fans, just as the name Tim Cahill will forever do the same to a generation of their Japanese equivalents. It is all the more difficult for Australia fans to take because of the gilt-edged chances missed mainly by Harry Kewell, with form player Matt McKay also spurning a glorious opportunity to open the scoring inside the opening ten minutes.

On the day, the better team perhaps lost but that doesn't mean Japan are the undeserving champions.

The Socceroos will also have done their reputation on the continent no harm with the manner in which they have conducted themselves both on and off the pitch, a start contrast to the arrogance that surrounded their first Asian Cup campaign four years ago.

Another chapter was meanwhile written in the colourful football history between these two countries and whilst there isn't a prevailing animosity, it is a rivalry that you sense both the players and supporters enjoy.

In four years Australia will have the opportunity to go one step further when they host the tournament themselves, whilst Japan look to defend a crown that they deservedly hold.
I for one cannot wait!

As adults we are constantly encouraging our children to bcome better at what they do, willing them to have the constant desire to increase their own motivation and to achieve greater things. Yet we often fall short of it ourselves year after year.

At Little Kickers, from session to session we aim to improve many different aspects of childrens' lives; our carefully planned sessions include progressions that challenge the children both mentally and physically. The children most importantly are having lots of fun and learning lots of different concepts at the same time.

These children may be the Socceroo players of the future; let's hope so as the fundamental skills they learn with Little Kickers will be invaluable whatever they decide to do later on in life.

Here's to a great 2011 and the year of the Rabbit!
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