UGOT Active Kids is now offering real-time interactive programs streamed directly into classrooms. Children have fun interacting with their instructor and seeing themselves in real time on the screen.
EDUCATIONAL, ENGAGING, AND FUN
Children learn to enjoy the benefits of physical movement while getting introduced to the elements from the common core subjects. Lesson plans are supported by themed backgrounds, music, and storytelling.
AVAILABILITY, CONSISTENCY, & QUALITY
Our most experienced and popular instructors are now available anywhere, anytime, regardless of location. Our consistent and high-quality programs are delivered by the dynamic and talented instructional faculty, with every instructor handpicked for their extensive professional training, impressive credentials, and ability to deliver exciting, engaging, and high-energy classes.
EASY ONE TIME SET UP
Equipment is set up and tested in less than an hour by a staff member or UAK representative. The only requirement is a hi-speed Internet connection.
The UGOT Active Kids Little Good Sport program is designed next to our School Aged Good Sport program which offers kids an opportunity to be involved in sports activities following/during school hours. The program was inspired by the Teaching Games for Understanding model of teaching to ensure maximum enjoyment for the children involved. By utilizing aspects of the TGfU model throughout this program, we will teach children vital life skills such as teamwork, communication, and decision-making; as well as specific skills and tactics about a wide variety of sports such as defense, offense, moving into open space, etc.
The goal throughout the lessons in this program is to teach the children about sports and sports skills in a non-traditional format. The model of this program layout provides a fun, inclusive, and diverse process to teach kids the same skills that is designed in a way where many primary sports are being taught, without being taught. For our Little Good Sport Program, our biggest goal is to just always keep them moving and busy to develop an early love and appreciation for physical activity. By the end of their lessons, we want to have children understand a variety of different sports, tactics, rules, and life skills that will encourage them to live an active, healthy lifestyle being involved in physical activity outside of the physical education classroom.