LACROSSE YOUTH PROGRAMS at Coppermine Sports Center & Coppermine Du Burns Arena
Boys & Girls 2-5 Years

Program Overview

Coppermine makes learning lacrosse simple, safe, and fun with the Little Lacrosse Academy. Whether it’s your child’s first experience with lacrosse or their hundredth, our high-energy, coed classes bolster your child’s overall growth and development while building a love for lacrosse.

Winter 10 Week Session (Nov 29th – Feb 20th)

All Programs Require $20 Registration Fee (What’s This?)

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Lacrosse Youth Programs

WHAT TO WEAR:
All participants in parent/child classes are encouraged to wear comfortable clothing and athletic (closed-toe) footwear.

LACROSSE YOUTH PROGRAMS SCHEDULE
ClassesAgesLocationMonTueWedThurFriSatSun
TINY TOTS
50 Minutes - $210 (Parent & Child) for 10 Weeks
Learn the FUNdamentals of lacrosse! Tiny Tots is an ideal next step for Little Lacrosse Academy veterans or an introductory class for new players who are not yet ready for the independence required of Fiddlesticks. This high-energy class introduces children and their parents to organized games that develop the concept of teamwork and build fundamental social, cognitive, and physical skills in a fun and positive environment.

2-3½ Years (Parent/Child)

Coppermine Sports Center9:30am 12:30pm8:30am 9:30am 10:30am
TINY TOTS
50 Minutes - $161 (Parent & Child) for 7 Weeks (1/8-2/19)
Learn the FUNdamentals of lacrosse! Tiny Tots is an ideal next step for Little Lacrosse Academy veterans or an introductory class for new players who are not yet ready for the independence required of Fiddlesticks. This high-energy class introduces children and their parents to organized games that develop the concept of teamwork and build fundamental social, cognitive, and physical skills in a fun and positive environment.

2-3½ Years (Parent/Child)

Coppermine Du Burns Arena9:15am 10:15am
FIDDLESTICKS
50 Minutes - $210 (Parent & Child) for 10 Weeks
Establishing independence in play is a key component of Fiddlesticks. Children who are ready to be on the field without a parent, thrive in this class. Over the course of a session, children will master movement (with and without the ball), develop agility, improve their cradle, master a groundball pickup, explore passing and catching; all which fosters an understanding of teamwork while having fun.

3½-4 Years (Parent/Child)

Coppermine Sports Center10:30am 12:30pm8:30am 9:30am 10:30am
FIDDLESTICKS
50 Minutes - $161 (Parent & Child) for 7 Weeks (1/8-2/19)
Establishing independence in play is a key component of Fiddlesticks. Children who are ready to be on the field without a parent, thrive in this class. Over the course of a session, children will master movement (with and without the ball), develop agility, improve their cradle, master a groundball pickup, explore passing and catching; all which fosters an understanding of teamwork while having fun.

3½-4 Years (Parent/Child)

Coppermine Du Burns Arena9:15am 10:15am
LAXAROOS
50 Minutes - $210 (Parent & Child) for 10 Weeks
These fast-paced, team-oriented “practices” are an ideal introduction to the more structured world of organized youth lacrosse but provide the same fun and nurturing concepts the Little Lacrosse Academy prides itself on. While lacrosse fundamentals will continue to be a major focus, cultivating a sense of team and fostering cooperation will be a point of emphasis. As the session progresses, children are given the opportunity to practice these skills in more one-ball oriented activities, (“Team Play”). Team Play is non-competitive and teaches Laxaroos the value of effort, teamwork, and good sportsmanship.

4-5

Coppermine Sports Center8:30am 9:30am 10:30am
LAXAROOS
50 Minutes - $161 (Parent & Child) for 7 Weeks (1/8-2/19)
These fast-paced, team-oriented “practices” are an ideal introduction to the more structured world of organized youth lacrosse but provide the same fun and nurturing concepts the Little Lacrosse Academy prides itself on. While lacrosse fundamentals will continue to be a major focus, cultivating a sense of team and fostering cooperation will be a point of emphasis. As the session progresses, children are given the opportunity to practice these skills in more one-ball oriented activities, (“Team Play”). Team Play is non-competitive and teaches Laxaroos the value of effort, teamwork, and good sportsmanship.

4-5

Coppermine Du Burns Arena9:15am 10:15am