Keeping the sidelines organized in youth sports is as challenging as bailing out a boat with a hole in the bottom. No matter how much water you empty out, there’s still some in the bottom.
It’s a fact: kids are mostly messy and often forgetful. You see it at home all the time.
And what’s true at home is also true in the dugout or on the sidelines. The fun of the game can go hand-in-hand with sideline chaos.
KidzMat is a simple youth sports and activity mat that helps keep things organized for coaches and teams in all types of youth sports and activities. It’s a wonderful tool for keeping the sidelines organized. In fact, you can use it to keep other places organized like gym class or after-school programs.
The mat especially designed for use by groups and teams of kids 10 & under. It is made from a vinyl material that is strong and stain resistant, offering protection from a damp/cold ground or a hot aluminum bench. It is portable with a custom carrying case and 20 name tags.
Watch this video to see exactly how it works
Easy to pack up and carry
Loved by Coaches
KidzMat really was helpful in keeping the kids organized while sitting on the sidelines between shifts. For 1st / 2nd lacrosse, the kids did a good job keeping their equipment & drinks together in their “spot.” (Lacrosse coach)
The KidzMat was Great. It allowed the coaches more time to actually coach the players instead of trying to organize them in the dugout. The players always knew the batting order and when it was their turn to bat. The KidzMat also allowed the players to keep track of their gloves, hats, batting helmits and water bottles. Prior to using the KidzMat, there was some chaos in between innings as the kids were running around trying to find their equipment, which was scattered throught the dugout. (Baseball coach)
Yes, this is a paid review. But I stand by my promise to only review products that I think will really be helpful for sports parents and their young athletes.
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