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Go Kids

Locations Throughout the
Capital Region , NY , 11210
Phone: 518-878-6502
40° 37' 42.6576" N, 73° 56' 41.2764" W
Contact name: 
Emmie Doin
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Ages for which our activities are most appropriate: 
The Capital Region’s only multi-sport & exercise program exclusively designed for children aged 2-6. Classes teach four sports, incorporating gross motor skills, hand-eye/foot-eye coordination, and balance activities. Locations: Saratoga, Malta and Clifton Park.

About Go Kids:

Go Kids is the Capital Region’s only exercise program exclusively designed for children. Go Kids understands that a foundation of healthy habits integrated into a child's early development will not only last a lifetime but also motivate parents and peers to live healthy lifestyles.  Go Kids offers a multi-sport program for preschoolers that teaches the fundamental of  7 different sports in a social, team based, non-competitive environment.

The Program: Go Kids for 2-6 Years Old Children:

Go Kids introduces children to seven different sports: soccer, tennis, basketball, hockey, football, baseball and track and field. Go Kids runs year round in six eight-week terms.  Each term includes four sports taught in two-week blocks, as shown in the schedules below.  This structure provides the building blocks for basic skills and motor patterns.  A general routine is followed during each class which allows children to become comfortable, while the rotating sports prevent children from becoming bored.

Go Kids' classes run for 45 minutes with 4 sports taught during each 8 week term. A routine incorporating gross motor skills, hand-eye/foot-eye coordination and balance activities is practiced during each class.

Go Kids aims to: 

  • Introduce preschoolers to a variety of sports to help guide future choices about which sports to participate in
  • Show preschoolers that physical activities are fun
  • Develop gross motor skills, coordination and correct posture
  • Teach the importance of warming-up, stretching, nutrition and hydration
  • Encourage good sportsmanship and teamwork
  • Teach children to take turns, wait in line, listen - all skills to help children prepare for school
  • Expose children to counting, numbers, colors and shapes



Exercise & Health, Healthful Living, Preschool, Sports