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Start a new physical education program for your homeschooler

Photo by Andrzej Skwarczy?ski
Photo by Andrzej Skwarczy?ski

Homeschool physical education can be as simple as riding bikes at the park and walking, or running, with the dog. But sometimes, we crave something a little more organized and group-oriented. There's something special about working physically together as team for a common goal. Also, a little healthy competition can be good for the heart and the soul as well.

If you would like to add some group sports or a friendly competitive sport to your homeschooling routine in 2010, consider Todd Nash's homeschooling sports program.

Todd Nash's program is one of the most recognized name in homeschooling sport in California. This program is designed specifically with homeschoolers in mind.

In January, Todd Nash will be bringing a one week fencing clinic to Southern California. This is a great way to get a taste for the sport without a huge investment. This gives kids a chance to try it out, and if they like it, to continue on in a more serious way. The clinic will be offered during the week of January 4th, in Glendale, Pomona, Anaheim, Torrence, Huntington Beach, and Mission Viejo.

On January 11th, soccer classes start. This is an 8 week program that teaches many forms of soccer, including one-on-one and soccer skills. This program is available all over Los Angeles, Orange County, and Riverside.

In addition to these programs starting in January, there are other sports classes offered throughout the year; basketball, volleyball, baseball, and track and field.

If adding more organized physical fitness to your homeschooling routine is part of your New Year's resolutions for 2010, consider looking into Todd Nash's sports for homeschoolers.

Have you tried Todd Nash's programs? Do you know of other physical education programs for homeschoolers around Los Angeles? Leave your comments below.