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Multi-sports for 1.5 - 6 years old. Book a FREE trial today!

Ready Steady Go Kids is Australia's leading multi-sport program for children aged 1.5 - 6 years. Their physio-designed program teaches children the fundamentals of 10 different sports which develops essential motor skills in a fun, non-competitive environment.


Term 3 enrolments are NOW OPEN! Book a FREE trial here.

Sports at Ready Steady Go Kids include soccer, tennis, basketball, hockey, golf, AFL, rugby, athletics, cricket and T-ball. These are rotated every 2 weeks, which helps children to develop a broad range of skills and ensuring continued interest in the program.


There are 15 locations across South Australia to choose from, there's bound to be one near you. View all locations here.

As well as enhancing children's gross and fine motor skills, and helping its young members to develop greater self-confidence, Ready Steady Go Kids have also incorporated basic counting and colour concepts within their program, which aims to prepare younger children for their early school years.


"My 3.5 y.o. son just LOVES Ready Steady Go Kids. And I love that he is exposed to all different sports and there is just nothing like it out there, especially for active boys! I also love that there are two instructors so all the kids get lots of help and attention." - Angela

For more information or to book a FREE trial, visit the website here.

You can also follow Ready Steady Go Kids on Facebook and Instagram to see what’s happening in their classes.

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