Basic Skill 4-6 years
DOES YOUR 4-6 YEAR OLD NEED HELP IN THESE AREAS?
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PARENTING A CHILD IS HARDER THAN YOU MIGHT EXPECT
LUCKILY THERE IS A COMPREHENSIVE SOLUTION.
Kids that are 4-6 years old have slightly more control than younger kids, but they still have a lot to learn when it comes to controlling themselves, their bodies, and their emotions.
They’re intellectually curious, but they need to learn in a disciplined setting. Our programme gives kids the tools they need to succeed later in life.
They learn the importance of self-discipline and control while building on the basic martial arts skills
YOUR CHILD WILL GROW WITH EVERY CLASS!
Basic SKILLS teaches kids to control their bodies and behaviour in a fun, social environment that encourages cooperation and respect. They learn about teamwork, discipline, memory, and balance while practicing coordination and learning key martial arts moves.
PHYSICAL FITNESS AND BALANCE
When they are young, kids may struggle to control their bodies when they’re in motion.
The basic martial arts skills taught in the Skills programme help them build muscle and improve their coordination.
COMPLEX MEMORY SKILLS
At this age, children easily forget strings of more than three commands. They may also be unable to tell their left from their right.
Our programme teaches them to focus on complex instructions and to know how to follow left and right commands without hesitation.
STAY IN CONTROL
EVEN WHEN THEY EXPERIENCE STRONG EMOTIONS
Five and six-year-old kids tend to lose focus when they’re excited – and to shut down when they’re sad or scared.
In our Basic SKILLS programme, they are taught to maintain control even when they are excited – and to stay focused even when it is difficult to do so.
Young kids tend to be competitive – and they don’t handle losing very well.
In our programme, they learn how to be good competitors, and that includes learning how to accept defeat gracefully and be supportive of their peers.