Skills Showcase: Toe Taps and Penguin Walks

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Skills Showcase: Toe Taps and Penguin Walks by Rachel Moravec Fort Bragg Coach and Tech Specialist Ever wondered about the skills our coaches utilize for soccer sessions? Our skilled Coach Trainers train each Tiny Troops Soccer coach. Two skills that go hand in hand for our players are toe taps and penguin walks. In Tiny…

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Tiny Troops Soccer: Looking Back on 7 Amazing Years

Tiny Troops Soccer: Looking Back on 7 Amazing Years By Coach Rachel Moravec Fort Bragg Coach and Tech Specialist   They say time flies when you’re having fun. So who could have imagined Tiny Troops Soccer would grow into the program it is today? Not Amy Schweizer, founder and CEO of the program. Back then,…

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3 Tasty and Time Savvy Summer Snacks

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First, Three Tasty and Time-Savvy Summer Snacks By Peyton Maechtle Miramar Coach We are getting into the dog days of Summer, and nothing says fun like trying something new! Let’s hop in and chat about these three delicious recipes I have had a blast enjoying this Summer! These 3 tasty and time-savvy summer snacks are…

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Bringing Soccer to Those with Special Needs

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 Bringing Soccer to those with Special Needs by Coach Blair Administrative Assistant  Disclaimer: The views in this blog were prepared and accomplished by Blair Larch in her personal capacity. The opinions expressed in this blog are those of the author’s own and do not reflect the views of other special needs participants. Tiny Troops Soccer is…

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A Saturday in the Life of a Tiny Troops Soccer Coach

A Saturday in the Life of a Tiny Troops Soccer Coach By Rachel Moravec Fort Bragg Coach and Tech Specialist Saturday sessions at Tiny Troops Soccer are a blast, but a lot goes on behind the scenes to prepare for a morning of Saturday sessions. Parents see coaches smiling and ready to greet them as…

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Getting Comfortable on the Field

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Getting Comfortable on the Field By Sarah Steighner Tiny Troops Soccer Director of Operations At Tiny Troops Soccer, we serve children ages 2-5. So when I began coaching at Tiny Troops, I knew I would likely be many children’s first coach. However, I didn’t fully grasp that I may be the first adult to give…

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4 Characteristics of a Great Soccer Coach

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4 Characteristics of a Great Soccer Coach by Amy Schweizer CEO and Founder of Tiny Troops Soccer Being a soccer coach is more than having practice plans and a cool polo shirt. Yes, those are important. Think about most of the coaches you  may have had throughout your life. Maybe it was a coach in…

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Healthy Snacks – 4 Great Options for Your Family

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Healthy Snacks – 4 Great Options for Your Family by Peyton Maechtle Miramar Coach Getting little ones to eat something can be hard enough, let alone something healthy. Here at Tiny Troops Soccer, we know all too well the battle of “one more bite.” That’s why we decided to collaborate with our team to share…

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Craft Time: Traveling Letter

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Craft Time: Traveling Letter By Coach Rachel Moravec Fort Bragg Coach & Tech Specialist These days, toddlers and preschoolers often experience loved ones being far away or deployed. It can be very hard for them to understand why they can’t see this person, or why they are away. This craft is a cute way to…

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My First Soccer Practice

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My First Soccer Practice By Annie Burton Director of Coaching at Tiny Troops Soccer Picture this: I’m five years old and I have a new soccer uniform – including new cleats and shin guards. I even have a new soccer ball! I’ve been talking about soccer practice all week. Practice day comes and I’m geared…

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