Our Little-Boomers program was developed by Sports and Exercise Scientists from the University of Technology Sydney.
Building Leaders Through Basketball
Our Little Boomers program is our most popular basketball program for boys and girls ages 6-8. In addition to building your child's fundamental basketball skills we also develop more challenging gross-motor movements such as the "lay-up", which requires a high amount of coordination. We also incorporate a game at the end of each session so children can implement the skills they learn in a real game scenario.
HOW WILL THIS BENEFIT MY CHILD?
Fantastic opportunity to reduce screen time through the inclusion of a team sport and learning fundamental basketball skills.
Safe and secure: All classes are held indoors and all coaches have valid working with children checks and qualifications .
We will develop your child’s core basketball skills such as dribbling, passing and shooting and provide a game at the end to put those skills into practice
Development of leadership skills as we teach and reward attributes of a good role model throughout each session.
The games we have designed are adaptable to all children making them easy to learn, fun but also challenging at the same time
It's vital at that age (6-8) that children have a positive experience with team sports so they can become a better team player in the years to come.
Here are some of the FAQ's about our Little Boomers Program:
Does the parent need to be at the class?Yes. Parental supervision is required for the full duration of every class.
How long does each class go for?1 hour
How much does your program cost?Including GST for a new child, it is $199 (includes a basketball jersey) for a renewal it is $184.
Do I need to bring anything?Only a water bottle and your child! We supply everything else.
How many weeks does the program go for?8 weeks.
I'm ready to enrol my child, what do I do now?Awesome! Click the orange button above that say's "BOOK PROGRAM"
You can then select a class that suits you, complete the registration and payment, then you're all set to go!
Do you offer a free trial?It depends on availability. Since most our classes book out before the term starts, we may not have a trial class available. However call us on 1300 702 719 to find out.
Do you accept the Active Kids voucher?We definitely do! You can use the voucher when registering your child online to receive the discount.
Do the kids get to play in a game?Yes, at the end of each session, we play a basketball game.
My child has never played basketball before, would that be okay?Of course! Our basketball program is designed for complete beginners and also for children who have had experience playing basketball before.
Do you run your program each term?Yes, we do! We also run holiday camps during the school holiday breaks.
What do the kids learn?Great question! We cover warm-up games and different basketball skills designed to improve your child's fundamental skills. (fundamental meaning the most important skills e.g. dribbling and shooting)
If my child is shy can I join in to make them more comfortable?Of course you can! In fact we recommend that if your child is a little shy, joining in to help them become more comfortable is a great idea.
"Love the friendly coaching staff. The skills the kids learning are perfect to transition them into a team environment. Great for beginners - lifts their confidence to jump on the court and give it a go."
Lauren - Mother
Our program focuses on developing your child's:
Developing new skills and making new friends will improve improve confidence both on and off the court
Gross Motor Skills
Skills such as dribbling, shooting, passing and catching are incorporated throughout the 8 weeks
Our weekly basketball games will improve your child’s decision making skills.
Studies show that physical activity help's to increase energy levels and focus throughout the day
Our dribbling skills will improve hand-eye coordination with both the left and right hand
In this age group we introduce the lay-up skill requiring a high amount of concentration and coordination.