This article offers ways to get your kids interested in Carolina Panther football. If you missed the opportunities at the 2010 Carolina Panthers Training Camp during the first weeks, you are still in luck. The Carolina Panthers Training Camp continues on the Wofford College campus in Spartanburg, S.C. until Aug. 28, 2010.
Coming up tomorrow, Aug. 9th is a Carolina Panther practice at 6:30 pm followed by a showing of the movie “The Blind Side” right there on the Wofford practice field at dark under the stars. Take the kids; it will be an experience they will always remember.
The Carolina Panthers will host a family fun day on Sunday, Aug. 15th from 2-6 pm on the Wofford College campus, although there will be no practice on that day. Youth fitness will be the focus and kids will get the chance to participate in interactive football drills. The S C National Guard will also give families an opportunity to experience the Military by having various displays available.
If you’re not able to take the kids to a practice or fun day, they can still have fun at home and learn about the Carolina Panthers and their mascot Sir Purr.
For a Sir Purr coloring page printout for kids, click here. For Carolina Panther games for kids to play, click Carolina Panthers | Kids Games – Blitz Botz 2.
To teach your kids about the Panther’s Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, SC where they play home games, there is a comprehensive Carolina Panthers Virtual Stadium Tour you and your family can view together and learn many facts about at the same time.
The Carolina Panthers also support youth football programs in North and South Carolina. For more information on youth football programs click Carolina Panthers | Youth Football.
Your little girls can also get involved in the experience of Carolina Panther football by signing up to be a Junior TopCat! Junior TopCats are girls in a dance and cheerleading squad. They get the opportunity to practice in three clinics taught by the official TopCat cheerleaders of the Panthers. During the clinics they learn a halftime dance/cheer routine which they will perform it at the Bank of American Stadium at halftime on Oct. 24, 2010 during the Carolina Panther vs. SF 49er’s football game. The cost for the Junior TopCat program is $260. For more details and a registration form for the Junior TopCats program, click here.
Football is a sport that all family members can enjoy, so don’t leave your kids out. Teach them now about the sport so everyone will be ready for the 2010 football season fun!