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How Kids’ Snow School improves your children’s social skills

How Kids’ Snow School improves your children’s social skills

Here at Chill Factorᵉ, our Kids’ Snow School offers a great way to improve your child’s social skills. Grouped into classes with other children their own age, your child will be laughing, smiling and interacting with everyone whilst learning to ski or snowboard on our real snow slope!

How Kids’ Snow School can boost social interactions

Do your kids have boundless energy, for trying new things? Or perhaps you have a shy child that could do with that extra gentle push to bring them out of their shell. Either way, at Chill Factorᵉ, our Kids’ Snow School will not only teach your child how to ski or snowboard but it will also get them brimming with confidence and interacting with Chill Factorᵉ instructors and kids their own age.

Kids’ Snow School can help improve your child’s social skills in numerous ways and is suitable for all children who want to learn an exhilarating new sport.


Social benefits of our Kids’ Snow School

There are three main social benefits that our Kids’ Snow School has to offer:

  1. Kids can interact with other children their own age.
  2. Our super-friendly instructors boost confidence levels.
  3. Kids are encouraged to listen, ask questions and have lots of fun!

Kids can interact with others their own age

All parents worry about whether their son or daughter will make friends. Thankfully though, because our Kids’ Ski School is available for children of all abilities, aged 3-12 years old. No matter how young your child is, our ski school offers a great opportunity to get them interacting with others of a similar age.

As our super friendly instructors guide your child through how to master the snow plough and handle turning, we guarantee they’ll be giggling away with their new friends and bonding over the fluffy white stuff that brings everyone together!

Chill Factorᵉ’s snow school is a great way not only to teach your child a lifelong skill but for you parents to help your little ones to dive in at the deep end and get social on the snow.  

Our super-friendly instructors boost confidence levels

We all learn at different paces, especially when it comes to learning a new snowsport. It can take a while to become accustomed to wearing boots, skis and snowboards! However, our fully qualified instructors will become your child’s personal mentor on the snow and adapt their teaching styles to suit the needs of every learner.

So don’t be worried if your child doesn’t pick it up as quickly as the others. Our instructors are trained to help every child brim with confidence, so they can feel comfortable on the snow and amongst new friends! Not only will our friendly instructors encourage your child every step of the way but they’ll also provide them with a cool new skill (in every sense!) that they can use for the rest of their lives.

Kids are encouraged to listen, ask questions and have lots of fun!

Learning to ski or snowboard at a young age involves carefully listening to your instructor, experimenting with what you have learned and asking loads of questions. At Chill Factorᵉ, our Kids’ Snow School instructors are super-fun and they encourage fun in the snow along the way.

Kids are encouraged to ask plenty of questions. Whether it’s how to master a technique or general chat, it all helps to boost your child’s social skills and their ability to strike up conversations with others.

Chill Factorᵉ’s Kids’ Snow School enhances social skills

From boosting your child’s confidence to interacting with kids their own age and improving listening and interaction skills, Chill Factorᵉ’s Kids’ Snow School not only teaches your child a completely new skill in either skiing or snowboarding but also helps boost their social skills in a fun environment.

If your child is aged 3-12 years old and is up for a new challenge, why not check out our Kids’ Snow School and find out if your child is a Ski Penguin, Ski Mini Moose, Snowboard Husky Pup, Ski Polar Bear or Snowboard Husky Dog today!

1/2/2020 10:55:01 AM

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