Play soccer with your child. Kids learn by "doing", and it is critical that kids (and their soccer parents) find time to play with a soccer pall as much as possible. Just a few minutes whenever you can passing the ball back and forth and dribbling, will greatly improve their ability to pass, receive, and control the ball.
Set up orange practice cones and goals in the yard. Orange practice cones (or whatever safe objects you have laying around the house) can be used for fun practice drills in the back yard. Buying or making a small soccer goal can also be fun and will definitely get their attention. Some ideas for making a goal include two chairs separated from each other (the size does not make a difference), two poles, a square clothes basket on its side (a personal favorite), or a cardboard box.
Attend the soccer games and practices. Listen to the coaches and learn the game from them. Don't be afraid to ask the coaches or board members if you have any questions.
Put a game on TV. It's the next best thing to being at a game. The kids will learn from just watching.
Soccer camps Camps can help to develop the skills and techniques that are very necessary for your player to develop their soccer skills. LSA offers different camps through out the year.