Stacy Igel and Michelle Park return with season 3 of Moms Got This. On this episode, they introduce a new format to the show as well as dive into their personal journeys as mothers.
This episode is brought to you by Super Soccer Stars, NYC’s #1 youth educational soccer program for over 20 years. Super Soccer Stars teaches soccer in a fun, non-competitive, educational environment. The philosophy is to use soccer to nurture physical and social skills, build self-confidence, and develop teamwork in every class.
What makes Super Soccer Stars different from other programs? They use low kid-to-coach ratios to ensure that each child gets individual attention in every class. Ratios start as low as 5:1, less than half what other team sport programs offer. Children will also be grouped together in age-specific curriculums, meaning your kids will play with other kids their age. You don’t have to worry about your 3 year old playing against a 6 year old, so they can learn at their own pace. Super Soccer Stars highly trained and experienced coaches undergo ongoing seasonal training and hold coaching certifications from soccer’s top governing bodies. Lastly, Super Soccer Stars has a crib-to-college approach. From Parent & Me, to educational classes, to advanced development and travel programs with Soccer Stars United, there is a program for every stage of play for kids ages 1-18.
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