My 2 year old son first attended the Halloween Camp which he thoroughly enjoyed. Nick and Chantel were great at engaging with the children. The kids had loads of fun while learning new skills in the process. He is now signed up to do a full Teddy Tennis course starting in January - we can't wait to get started!
Do 3-4 year olds need tennis lessons? I don’t think they need tennis lessons. Children who start tennis at 5-6 years old can be just as good or better than children who start at 3-4, and vice versa. It just doesn’t make a big difference. I’ve seen children who could hit the ball at 2.5 … How to teach tennis to a group of 3-4 year olds Read More »
A child's first opportunity to be introduced to tennis is often within their PE class. Many kids and teens then have the opportunity to compete on teams in Middle School, High School, or both. Net Generation provides the tools, resources, and education to provide the best possible tennis experience within any school setting.
Jr. Camps. Ages 4-12. Up4Tennis offers a Tennis & Swim Camp which is geared to all levels of play and provides campers with a fun, tennis-focused environment.
Located just north of Chicago, in Evanston, IL, Northwestern Tennis Camps offers year-round tennis programs. Our junior and adult tennis program includes classes for kids 4+ and adults of all abilities. Our summer tennis camps for kids 4-18 years old have been rated amongst the best on the North Shore. Notifications.
The 4 to 1 ratio for advanced level; 4-5 to 1 for intermediate; 4-6 for beginner level and for 10U per instructor. 10 and Under Program for kids 4-10 years old. One Of A Kind Year-Round Program with a “monthly structured” formal training – Join Anytime!
When the ball is caught properly, the child must place the ball on their racket and the first person who collects 5 balls wins. For a challenge, the coach can hit the ball high or low, fast or slow. 10. Toss and Catch. An excellent game to use in tennis training with kids 10 and under is the toss and catch game.
Activities include outdoor games, arts & crafts, snack time, story time and more! Campers must be 4 years old and potty trained before camp starting date. Proof of age is required during registration. Campers must be able to wear a mask at all times during camp hours except when eating or drinking. Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.