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Areas of Partners Parents & Administrators


Development Physical


To Do Get children


• Physically active every day for at least 30 minutes (toddler) or at least 60 minutes (pre-schooler) regardless of weather. Children should not be sedentary for more than 60 minutes at a time except when sleeping


• Participating in unstructured play for at least 60 minutes and up to several hours per day


• Learning basic movement skills such as running, jumping, throwing, catching, twisting, gliding, swimming, and balancing


Parents &Administrators Psychological


Ensure that games for young children are non-competitive and focus on developing skills in a fun and safe environment.


Provide feedback in a positive manner to encourage creativity and confidence to try new things.


Design activities that help children feel competent and comfortable in participating in a variety of fun and challenging sports and activities.


Parents & Administrators Parents & Administrators Technical SOTG


Introduce Ultimate by encouraging children to enjoy throwing one-on-one, practicing catching, tracking the disc as it flies, and running.


Instilling the “basic joy of playing”. At the Park


Players per team Competition format


Special rules Game formats Equipment required


N/A


Unstructured skill challenges e.g. throwing as far, high, fast as possible and then running to get the disc.


Adults are advised to discontinue play when the child has lost interest. Simple unstructured play and games that stimulate fun and interest. Dodgebee disc, smaller discs, any additional equipment required.


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