Does Your 3-4 Year Old Struggle with Self-Control?
The Little Ninjas program can help them learn appropriate behavior in a fun setting.
Three and four year old children are naturally curious. They’re restless, eager to explore their surroundings, and tend to test boundaries and establish their identities. They might not be ready for the rigid structure of a traditional martial arts class, but they need to start learning about appropriate behavior.
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YOUR CHILD WILL GROW WITH EVERY CLASS!
The Little Ninjas program gives young children the basic skills and discipline they need to succeed.
While they learn simple martial arts moves such as kicking, punching, blocking, crawling, and
jumping, they also grasp valuable lessons about social conduct. Over time, Little Ninjas learn
how to control their movements, follow directions, and interact with students and teachers.
MARTIAL ARTS BUILDS COORDINATION AND CONTROL
Students learn to be aware of themselves, others, and their surroundings, and to conrol their movements accordingly.
By learning basic martial art moves, they build muscle coordination and become increasingly aware of spatial awareness.
FOCUS AND ATTENTION SKILLS
Kids learn how to pay attention to verbal commands when they are given, and to avoid tuning out when something seems complicated.
By learning how to focus and ignore distractions, kids learn how to follow verbal instructions and to remember them without needing reminders.
MARTIAL ARTS TRAINING ENCOURAGES PERSEVERANCE
Kids learn how to manage anxiety and negative feelings, and not to give up when they are frustrated or upset.
Our Little Ninjas program includes training to help kids learn the value of persistence as they pursue achievable goals in a supportive setting.
RESPECT IS THE CORNERSTONE OF MARTIAL ARTS TRAINING
Our Little Ninjas classes underscore the importance of self-respect and respect for others in social and classroom settings.
In our martial arts school, kids learn that all classmates are to be treated with respect, and be supportive and encouraging as their classmates pursue their goals.