10 Best Tennis Shoes For Preschoolers

Updated on: September 2022

Best Tennis Shoes For Preschoolers in 2022


Under Armour Kids' Pre School Assert 8 Alternate Closure Sneaker, Black (001)/Pitch Gray, 1.5

Under Armour Kids' Pre School Assert 8 Alternate Closure Sneaker, Black (001)/Pitch Gray, 1.5
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2022
  • Lightweight mesh upper with 3 color digital print delivers complete breathability
  • Durable leather overlays for stability & that locks in your midfoot
  • Hook & loop strap for easy on & off
  • EVA sockliner provides soft, step in comfort
  • One piece EVA midsole turns cushioned landings into explosive takeoffs

Kids Boys Girls Running Shoes Comfortable Fashion Light Weight Slip on Cushion Black, 1.5 Little Kid

Kids Boys Girls Running Shoes Comfortable Fashion Light Weight Slip on Cushion Black, 1.5 Little Kid
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2022
  • Breathable fabric upper offers great comfort
  • Convenient slip on style, easy to take on/off
  • Extra max cushioning sole provides great shock absorption
  • This running shoes can be used in casual, walking, running, indoor, sports, outdoor, travel, exercise, workout and any occasion.
  • Please refer to size chart and measure feet length before ordering

ASICS Kid's Gel-Excite 6 PS Running Shoes, K13, Purple Matte/Sun Coral

ASICS Kid's Gel-Excite 6 PS Running Shoes, K13, Purple Matte/Sun Coral
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2022
  • For the preschooler who likes to run further, the lightweight yet durable design and outstanding support of the ASICS® Gel-Excite 6 running shoe is all they'll need this summer!
  • Breathable mesh upper with synthetic leather overlays for structural support.
  • Elasticized laces and hook-and-loop closure.
  • Plush tongue and collar for a more comfortable fit.
  • Mesh lining for a breathable wear. Internal heel counter helps to anchor the foot inside the shoe. Foam insole supplies light underfoot cushioning. EVA midsole is engineered to maintain durability at softer densities, providing better flexibility, comfort, and platform adaptability ideal for natural running. Rubber outsole. Imported. Measurements: Weight: 7 oz Product measurements were taken using size 2 Little Kid, width M. Please note that measurements may vary by size. Weight of

Feetmat Boys Sneakers Lightweight Breathable Straps Kids Tennis Shoes for School Black White 12.5

Feetmat Boys Sneakers Lightweight Breathable Straps Kids Tennis Shoes for School Black White 12.5
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2022
  • Breathable Knitted Mesh Upper: Offers ultra-lightweight support, keeps feet dry when walking
  • Cushioned insole: Comfortable lining, Ideal for kids running, playing. Convenient hook-and-loop fastener closure design, easy on and off
  • Multiple colors: The new fashion appearence provides kids more choices of running shoes
  • Strong Anti-slip: The rubber outsole offers impact cushioning, anti-twist, abrasion-resistant and anti-slip performance
  • Occassion: Perfect to pair with any sport or casual clothes. Suitable for indoor outdoor sports school

Saucony Girls' Wind A/C Sneaker, Purple, 12 M US Little Kid

Saucony Girls' Wind A/C Sneaker, Purple, 12 M US Little Kid
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2022
  • leather and mesh upper provide durability and breathability
  • antimicrobial treatment lining to minimize the risk of odor causing bacteria
  • 4mm heel to toe drop for a closer to the ground feel
  • eva midsole delivers on lightweight & cushioning
  • non marking outsole with strategically placed rubber traction pods that cover high impact zones for greater durability

BMCiTYBM Boys Girls Sneakers Toddler Kids Tennis Athletic Running Shoes Pink Size 11.5 M

BMCiTYBM Boys Girls Sneakers Toddler Kids Tennis Athletic Running Shoes Pink Size 11.5 M
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2022
  • BREATHABLE: perforated sides and top for ventilation and perspiration
  • LIGHTWEIGHT COMFORT: modern mesh upper wraps the foot in adaptive support and ultralight
  • FLEXIBLE AND CUSHIONED: Flexible EVA soles and cushioned foam insoles provides protection, The more energy you give, the more you get
  • NON-SLIP RELIABLE TRACTION: grip pattern on soles helped kids gain the traction needed,prevent toddler from slipping
  • EASY ON AND OFF: hook and loop closures provide "easy on, stay on" functionality

New Balance Girls' Arishi Next V1 Running Shoe, Pigment, 12 M US Little Kid

New Balance Girls' Arishi Next V1 Running Shoe, Pigment, 12 M US Little Kid
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2022
  • Rubber Outsole
  • Removable Insert

ASICS Kid's Soulyte PS Running Shoes, 1.5, Sheet Rock/Black

ASICS Kid's Soulyte PS Running Shoes, 1.5, Sheet Rock/Black
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2022
  • Array

carter's Girls' Nikki Casual Sneaker, Black, 8 M US Toddler

carter's Girls' Nikki Casual Sneaker, Black, 8 M US Toddler
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2022
  • Girl's casual sneaker with eye-catching accents
  • Double power strap closure for adjustable fit
  • Glittery detail adds some fun
  • Pop of color on the white outsole gives some color contrast
  • Trusted kids brand in America

Converse Girls' Chuck Taylor All Star 2V Low Top Sneaker, Pink, 10 M US Toddler

Converse Girls' Chuck Taylor All Star 2V Low Top Sneaker, Pink, 10 M US Toddler
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2022
  • Double hook and loop closure for simple on and off
  • Classic canvas upper
  • Soft foam sockliner for comfort

Set Design on a Shoestring

It is often difficult for high schools to afford the set for their plays, so directors often choose plays with "little or no set needed." Here are suggestions for designing a set that will keep your costs down and open up possibilities for future plays.

1. Talk to local builders
Many builders throw away wood, doors, windows etc. Sometimes 2 x 4's are thrown away because of knots, warped portions, or simply because the wood has been cut and the builder doesn't want to deal with partial pieces. One local builder donated 8 doors to our theater department because they didn't meet fire codes for the type of building he was building. We were happy to use them in our non-permanent dwelling! There are many builders out there. Often the only requirement is that you are willing to go through a pile of "cast aways." And, by thanking the builders in your program, it also gives them some advertising and lets them know you appreciate their donations.

2. Talk to local Theaters
There are often theater departments in the area who have set pieces you can borrow or rent at a discount. College theaters often have more storage than high school theaters, which means they can store set pieces, larger props and furniture. (They often have period costumes which can be rented as well.) Again, it is nice to thank theater departments who help you out by placing their season schedules in your program.

3. Talk to parents
Some people collect things. Sometimes they aren't really even collecting but rather piling up items they no longer need. There have been many times when parents have loaned furniture for use in a show and then realize they no longer even want the furniture. Sending a specific letter out to cast members' families (or to the whole community if your district has a newsletter) listing your specific needs is a great way for people to feel like they can contribute without having to participate in tedious fund raisers! It is amazing what people collect and are willing to share.

4. Paint
Recycling centers are a great place to contact for paint. We often get 5 gallon buckets of white paint completely free and use them for white-washing sets or adding into other colors for set painting. Businesses, builders and common folks take their paint to these centers for disposal. Often there are gallons that have never been opened. Sometimes there are strange colors, but there are often theater seasons where we pay no money for paint because these centers have all we need. (As a tip, be sure to read the paint type. You don't want to get high gloss or oil-based paints for set painting.) If you have an artist in the bunch, paint can also be a good way to create depth, crown molding, pictures, landscapes, etc. that you cannot afford to purchase or build. You can buy some of the thinnest, most inexpensive wood board and simply paint your set on it or use backdrops and paint those. We often create our own paintings for the walls by looking up paintings from a certain era and painting in a similar style. We just paint over them for the next play. We have used the same picture frames, painted in different colors and sometimes hung in different directions, in almost all of our plays. By repainting even the frames, the audience does not know the difference. (And it allows our art students something fun to do.)

5. Purchase enough material for one or two "permanent" pieces per season
If you teach a theater class, have one of the units be set construction. Take the kids to a college theater department or have a set designer come to you as a guest speaker. Ask questions about how to save costs and how to build a few items that can be used repeatedly in many shows to come. Stockpile those few items for use in future shows. For example, my theater students made 4 tables that can be easily taken apart for better storage. They were built 7 years ago and have made an appearance in every play and musical since their creation! Sometimes they are a different color or have been covered with a tablecloth, but they have been there. Some versatile boxes of various sizes can be built and stored for use in plays. You can paint them, cover them, stack them, etc. Building a few things each year helps keep the stress level down.

6. Plan ahead
If you pick out a play a few seasons ahead, you can peruse local listings to see if anyone else is doing the plays you plan to do. Then contact them about purchasing some or all of the most difficult/expensive set pieces at a reasonable cost. (You should look at it first!!) Many theaters trash much of their sets at the end of a performance. (Particularly some of the high school and college theaters) Talk to them. Often if you are willing to move it, they are glad to get rid of it.

7. Use Duct Tape
Any true theater person knows that when all else fails, there is duct tape. The uses for this are so many that I can't even begin to list them!

In the past 10 years, our department has built some very impressive sets for less than $300 each. With some innovation and willingness to ask around, almost any set can be modified and built to suit your particular needs.

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