The goal for our preschool gymnastics program is to provide a fun, safe, and “perpetually moving” environment that your child will love to come to every week. There are many important concepts that your little ones learn in their preschool years. We have designed our program to reach those concepts. From color and number recognition, to stacking and climbing, we challenge your children with a variety of activities designed to improve large and small motor skills. We also introduce concepts that help your child learn to socialize and interact with other children in a fun, safe and parent friendly environment. This is just the tip of the iceberg on the long list of learning milestones we travel on with you and your child. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to serve you and your child.
Preschool Gymnastics Class Descriptions
(45 Minute Classes)
TINY TWISTER (16 months – 3+ yrs.) Students learn to develop large motor skills through exploration and play. Activities stimulate language, thinking and creativity. Because of the age of the students the class is designed to be predominantly free reign with interaction and play a huge part between child and caregiver. Children of this age love to explore and discover. It is absolutely amazing to watch week to week what our young students discover about their physical selves. The class is divided into three phases: The first being a group warm up activity, followed by supervised free play, and finishing with a group ending activity. A parent, grandparent, nanny, or other adult is required to assist at each class.
TINY TWISTER II (2.5 yrs – 3.5 yrs.) This is a parent/important adult assisted class with less free reign than Tiny Twister I. The purpose of this class is to introduce structure so there is an easier transition to our Cyclone level. Our Cyclone class is the first level without Parent assistance.
CYCLONES (age 3) Helps develop large and small motor skills, group interaction and learning to follow instructions in an atmosphere of color, music and fun.
TORNADOS (ages 4 – 5) Development of motor skills and hand-eye coordination in a colorful and fun atmosphere. Basic introduction on bars, beam, vault, tumbling and trampoline.