They have a place for kids of parents who think Pee Wee is too tough. It's called Optimist. Otherwise known as "you pay, you play". I played for the Arlington Blue Devils (West Texas Pee Wee League), and our coaches were gritty as fuck. They cussed, threw us around, made us do insane drills like bull in the ring, ran our asses off, ran our asses off some more, made fun of us if we sucked, taught us all kinds of ways to cheat, and showed up at practice half-drunk sometimes.
And you know what? We kicked serious ass. It was football taken VERY seriously. We had three teams (junior, intermediate, and senior) and each team had its own cheerleading squad and drill team. It was quite a badass organization back in the mid to late 80s while I was there, and probably was before then and may still be now; I don't know.
It's not for everyone, but if you want your kid to get serious about football, be a standout, and have a head start on the other kids in junior high and high school, a team like I described can help. The Blue Devils produced a lot of the guys who were great in high school.
But if it's just "for fun", and you and your kid aren't obsessed with football, put him in an Optimist league or just wait until he starts junior high. Most of the kids that weren't very serious about football either quit because our practices were so tough or they rode the bench anyway.
Man I miss that shit! The glory days, lol!