Last January, my friends Alyssa (The Kid Project) and Susan (Mountain Mom and Tots) and I launched a beta version of the Online Family Ski School. We got some incredible feedback from the participating families that helped us refine, improve and expand the course for this winter.
Yesterday, we relaunched the Online Family Ski School. The entire course is live, and all enrolled students can access the entire video and written course immediately. If you are planning to help teach your children to ski this winter, our course may be for you.
As parents, we understand that parents are their children’s primary instructors and teachers, whether teaching kids to read or teaching kids to ski. While your children may take professional ski lessons (and we heartily recommend at least a few!), we know that parents will be the ones skiing with their children, reinforcing skills and helping their children practice what they’ve learned.
Our goal is to make your family ski time more fun. Most of the lessons center on on-snow learn-to-ski games. If you’ve ever wondered what to do with a beginner skier on snow, here are your answers.
The Online Family Ski School is designed for new skiers ages 10 & under. In addition to the on-snow lessons, we also have lessons covering equipment, clothing, dressing for the weather, riding magic carpets and chairlifts and other topics of interest to parents with young, beginner skiers.
New content for this season includes when and how to introduce poles, and stepping up to harder beginner and easy intermediate terrain.
To learn more about helping your child learn to ski, please visit the Online Family Ski School. At this link, you can review the course curriculum. You can also sign up and access the entire course, and our private Facebook group, immediately.
Please reach out if you have questions.
Thanks, Kristen, Alyssa and Susan
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