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Soccer specific, multi-developmental play program for children and parents

Why socatots?

SOCATOTS' mission is to engage more and more children in physical activity, using football as a medium. We teach basic movement patterns, balance and motor coordination. Most important, we ensure that physical activity is fun. Everything we do is centred around helping children develop first as people, then as sports enthusiasts.

Our sessions

Socatots

We present a complete programme for children to develop their physical fitness and mental agility. We do it through popular, fun and engaging physical activities for children and their parents. Using the football as a medium, we let the children learn numbers, the alphabet, colours and body parts improving their concentration and memory, but also basic movement patterns, balance and motor coordination.

Appropriate for all preschool age groups

6 months until 1 year old

Sessions focus on helping children crawl and move around, using appropriate equipment and exercises. Activities for those who cannot walk yet are aimed at developing coordination and leg movements, and learning to sit. Easy exercises help children develop balance. At this age, the SOCATOTS approach is focused on stimulating the development of social skills, personality, communication skills, counting basics, language and physical development.

1 year old - 3 years old

Once children are walking, they can begin to develop their physical skills further in the areas of coordination, balance and agility. Using the basic skills of ball control acquired during the early sessions with SOCATOTS, the children begin to progress rapidly, applying the balance they have already developed to control the ball in the air in new ways.

3 years old until 5 years old

Activities for this age group are centred around the ball control and coordination skills acquired during first and second group sessions. Children learn more challenging commands, and develop good habits such as holding their head up while practising footwork. Simple activities involving controlling the ball in the air are introduced, and children are encouraged to hone their juggling skills. They still work with their parents or carers, but also cooperate with other children in small groups.