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Learn To Skate USA

The Learn To Skate USA program is a newly updated skating program endorsed by U.S. Figure Skating, USA Hockey and US Speedskating to help skaters enjoy and succeed in ice skating.  All new members receive a welcome packet which contains a skater record book to track progress through the program, a parent handbook, a membership card and a Learn To Skate USA magazine filled with helpful information about all aspects of skating.  You may learn more about the program at www.learntoskateusa.com

The Learn To Skate USA curriculum includes Snowplow Sam, Basic Skills, Free Skate, and Hockey Skills group classes as well as other specialty areas in skating. 

Snowplow Sam Levels:  Preschool-age skaters develop preliminary coordination and strength to move around on the ice.  Introductory classes are divided into four progressive levels for kids with no prior skating experience to build confidence in skating and themselves.  Fun and games make this positive experience for your kids enjoyable and memorable. 

Basic Skills: The first stage of skills forms a strong foundation for your skaters to explore the world of skating.  All will progress at their own pace working toward mastering each skill.  Active Start encourages skaters to trade in hesitation for excitement as they grow a love for skating.  Fundamentals harness those skills as agility, balance, coordination and speed become the main focus of this curriculum.

Hockey: Designed to teach the fundamentals of hockey skating.  The levels,  plus power skating, will teach skaters how to be more proficient and agile on the ice.  Proper techniques for the game of hockey are the primary focus and all elements are taught without a puck. 

Free Skate: Each Free Skate level is divided into three sections; skating skills, spins and jumps.  The levels are designed to give skaters a strong foundation and it is at this point the skater can choose to pursue a recreational or competitive approach to the sport of figure skating. 

     

    

 

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