Colouring Competition and Activity Sheets
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Martial Arts for Kids 2-4yrs
We separate this age group in to two short 30 min classes on Friday mornings 2-3yrs and 3-4yrs.
Kids get to practice balance, coordination, numbers, colours, discipline, and social skills. Classes are done with a parent or guardian and focus on fun, learning, and body awareness. A small amount of martial arts are taught like punching and kicking and are always done on pads not other kids or parents. The classes focus on obstacle courses and fun games.
Martial Arts for Kids 5-7yrs
Here we provide slightly longer sessions of 45 mins after school hours.
Kids practice balance, coordination, numbers, colours, discipline, and social skills. Classes focus on fun and safe games which teach the underlying elements of martial arts. They learn stances, escaping dominant positions and grabs, and defence from attacks. There is punching and kicking taught but only on pads, not other humans. The focus is on defence and developing their physical skills.
This is the age that we start grading twice a year.
Martial Arts for Kids 7-12
At this age we separate the classes into MMA (striking and takedowns) and BJJ (takedowns and grappling).
In MMA kids learn, practice, and develop their physical, and stand-up martial art, skills. While the classes still focus on fun, there is a stronger element of discipline and a greater amount of martial arts taught. They learn stances, escaping from grabs, defence from attacks, how to punch, kick, and takedown an opponent or attacker, and start to learn strategy with no contact sparring
In BJJ kids learn, practice, and develop their physical, and groundwork martial art, skills. While the classes still focus on fun, there is a stronger element of discipline and a greater amount of martial arts taught. They learn how to escape dominant positions, put themselves in the dominant positions and begin to learn submissions. They start to practice this by position rolling (rolling until you get the dominant position, not submissions). Submission rolling can be participated in with coach and parent permission.
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