PRE-SCHOOL GYMNASTICS CLASSES (WALKING TO 5 YEARS)
The Pre-School class program is broken into classes based on age. Dividing classes by age allows children to play and participate in class with other children of similar age and social development. Skills and activities taught in class are appropriate to their physical development.
Little Walkers (Walking – 42 months) – The Little Walkers program is designed to enhance your child’s gross motor skills through a variety of gymnastics related activities. Our goal is to encourage play and movement learning experiences while they also learn the important concepts of following directions and listening. This is a parent participation class; the role of the parents is to have fun with your child, follow them when the instructor is not helping them, and help your child when they need it.
Little Joggers (3 years) – The Little Joggers is a transitional class similar to the Little Walkers class where the parent is no longer in class with their child. Little Joggers continue to develop their gross motor skills through gymnastic activities. Instructors will challenge the 3 year old children to listen and follow directions while navigating through the circuits.
Big Runners (4 years) – Big Runners are in class without their parents and are ready to be on their own with the instructors. Gross motor development is still our largest goal along with listening skills and sharing with the group. 4 year old children will now be doing even more gymnastic related activities, including spending time upside down and time on their hands.
Big Sprinters (5 years) – The Big Sprinters program is for 5 year old children. Gymnastic skills and exercises are the largest goals while gross motor skills become a secondary goal. Sprinters will spend less time in the pre-school circuits and will begin to use some of the same stations and equipment the school age class children. While participating in gymnastics related activities Big Sprinters enjoy having fun being active and developing their personal strength and balance.
Give your child the enrichment experience to grow and learn.
Great parent and child interaction
Learn valuable social skills
Improve balance, strength, and coordination
Improve listening skills
Gain self-esteem, confidence, and a "can-do" attitude