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Learn to Play Program


Email: [email protected]


The Learn to play coordinator is responsible to act as resource for new communities wishing to start the learn to play program and to provide assistance for communities to revitalize softball.  Taking a proactive approach the coordinator and her team will help you market your LTP program and act as a resource for the program to members.  If you have someone in your community who wants to be a LTP resource, please contact Kelly (or Bev Adams for more information).

The LEARN TO PLAY PROGRAM is a revolutionary way of introducing the sport of Softball to children. Activities are included which foster the involvement of ALL players, including players with high and low skill levels. The child will experience excitement, enjoyment and success. Activities and lead-up games are patterned after informal playground games that promise an hour of FUN and LOTS OF ACTION. Participants will go home at the end of the day happy and tired, while improving their fitness level.

The Learn to Play website is your source for all information regarding the Learn to Play Program. This website contains resources for those already involved in the Learn to Play Program and for those who are seeking more information on the Program and its benefits.

The Learn to Play Best Practices are available, click here to see our favourites! These Best Practices are currently being submitted by Minor Softball Associations, Provincial/Territorial Associations and Coaches. This process allows everyone involved in the Learn to Play Program access to valuable information that saves the time and effort necessary to continually recreate the wheel. If you would like to share your Best Practices, please email brief submissions to [email protected].

Learn to Play Links


What is Learn to Play?

Best Practices

Suggested Equipment