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Fall break is coming to a close and kids are getting back into the swing of school.  It is so much harder to keep kids entertained and give them opportunities to run their energy out when the bad winter weather comes.  That’s why it’s time to start thinking about signing up for extracurricular activities.  There are hundreds of different options for families to explore each year.  This time, we decided to put together a list of activities that you might not have considered before including flag football, scuba diving, coding, robotics, skateboarding, pickleball and more.  Extracurriculars can be a great way to introduce kids to a new activity they will love but they can also create opportunities to develop passions the whole family can enjoy.  Check out this list of fun and different activities and try something new this fall!


NFL Flag Football League at Off The Wall Sports

This BRAND NEW league at Off The Wall Sports is an official NFL flag football team sponsored by USA Football. Girls and Boys ages 9-14 can learn how to play football in a safe and fun non-contact environment.  This league runs for 10 weeks and costs $145 which includes membership, reversible jersey with NFL logo and belt. Learn more and register here.

Pickleball at the Monon Community Center

Pickleball is the hot new sport in town that the whole family can enjoy. Cytheanne Park in Fishers is home to Hamilton County’s only outdoor pickleball courts. . Kids ages 15 and up can learn the basics of this game at the Monon Community Center.  Registration for the fall class costs $50 and lasts for 4 sessions.  Learn more and register here.

Hockey at the Indy Fuel Tank

Learn to play hockey and skate at this weekly class that is perfect for anyone looking to learn more about the sport. Classes are once a week for participants 3 through adult (yes, you read that right 3!). Participants will rotate through stations learning hockey basics and perfecting their skating skills.  Classes are $99 monthly for one class per week.  Learn more and register here.

Skateboarding Lessons at the Monon Community Center

Kids 6 and up can learn the basics of skateboarding in this fun class. Participants must bring their own helmet and skateboard and pads are recommended. Participants will get to interact with the awesome skatepark onsite at the Monon Community Center. The next session of this class will meet in the Spring so be sure to mark your calendar.  Be the cool parent and sign your kids up for skateboarding lessons.

Master Yoo’s Tae Kwon Do

Kids as young as 4 can begin learning the basics of Tae Kwon Do. Kids, teens and adults can all take classes at Master Yoos. The whole family can even take a class together as a great bonding experience.  Try the trial program for just $19.95 to see if this class is right for your family.  Learn more and register here.

Goldfish Swim School

Goldfish Swim School makes learning to swim fun and educational. Kids are learning to swim through games and fun activities that help them build necessary skills like proper swim strokes, finding air and getting safely in and out of the pool. The inside of Goldfish Swim School looks like a cool beach party complete with tiki huts and fish tanks. They make swimming so easy and fun that even babies can get in on the action. This is one lesson that your kids will be begging to go to.  Learn more and register here.

Ninja Zone Academy

Ninja Zone Academy offers kids the opportunity to harness their inner ninja through a mixture of gymnastics, obstacle course work and martial arts. Kids from toddler to 11 can train at this amazing facility while they gain muscle, develop their skills and build confidence all while having a blast. Learn more and sign up for lessons here.


School of Rock

Future rockers can learn how to jam at the School of Rock Carmel. School of Rock has an innovative approach to music lessons for kids that really makes them stand out. They combine traditional lessons with group performances (think rock concert) to get kids excited about learning and passionate about lessons. Check out their lessons for kids interested in guitar, drums, singing or vocal and piano or keyboard and bass. They even have programs for kids 3 and up.  Learn more about pricing and register for a class here.


Coding Ninjas

Learning to code can set your kid up for success in the future. Coding involves patience, persistence, math and problem solving skills. Code Ninjas Carmel teaches these hard skills in a way that is fun and super engaging for kids. So many kids dream of growing up to be computer coders or to develop the next greatest video game…here is their chance!  Learn more about pricing and register for a class here.

Huntington Learning Center

Helping kids with their homework can be so stressful, especially if they are already struggling to keep up at school. The experts at Huntington Learning Center can help make homework less of a challenge by providing targeted tutoring services in pretty much every academic area. They even provide test prep help for things like the ACT and SAT. Learn more about their services here and check out the great results they have helped students achieve. This is one afterschool activity that will help your student gain skills and confidence now while also investing in their future success.

Robots in the Real World

This class will teach kids 8 to 14 all about how robots are built and how they work in real life. Kids will get to program their robots to perform surgery, explore dangerous worlds and play games.  The class costs $77 for 4 sessions.  Learn more and register here.


Sculpt at Line + Form Art Center

Kids age 9-14 will use a variety of mediums (think paper mache, clay, wood and more!) to make a work of art over the course of this four week class. Line + Form Art Studio is in their amazing new location and all their classes are so fun.  This class is $115 for 4 weeks.  Learn more and register here.

Performing Arts Creative Kids at Broad Ripple Park

The Creative Kids Talent Workshop program let’s kids ages 11-17 learn all about acting on commercials, films, videos and more.  Kids even try their hand at writing, storyboarding and producing.  This class seems like a really great primer for kids interested in honing their craft or pursuing a career in acting.  This class costs $56 for 5 sessions.  Learn more and register here.


Evolve Youth Esports

Are your kids gamers? Gaming has come a long way from Nintendo 64s in someone’s basement. Evolve Youth Esports has developed a program that harnesses kid’s love of gaming into a system that teaches sportsmanship, social interaction, cognitive development and teamwork. Your kids have probably told you by now that people actually make a lot of money being professional gamers. Evolve Youth Esports can help take your child’s passion for playing and turn it into an educational experience. Who knows, maybe they will turn it into a career someday!

Youth Scuba Diving at Bottoms Up Scuba

Children 8 and older can learn to dive under the supervision of certified instructors. Kids will dive in six feet of water while learning all the basics of scuba diving.  Scuba Diving could become an activity that the whole family does together.  This class is $35 and is a great starting point to more advanced classes.  Learn more here.