The Little Ninjas Program is a detailed curiculum that focuses on improving preschool-age children's basic motor and listening skills. These skills will help them enter society with a more confident and enthusiastic outlook. They will become better students at school, better listeners at home and more ambitious towards the future. We believe the time between the ages of four and six are the most inportant years of a child's development. Our program will enhance positive development in a fun and motivating way.
In our Little Ninja class, we focus on developing 8 major skills:
Focus: This skill will help your child's aim, listening skills and reaction skils. They will excel faster in any physical activity. Your child will also become a better listener and a more focused student in school.
Teamwork: Teamwork is necessary for any young child to develop. The more confident your child, the more willing to work with others they will be and the more they will accomplish. Your child will develop character, which will help him or her make new friends and become a better leader in life.
Control: Having control means making good decisions. Whether your child is handling a pet or a problem, he or she will learn to make the right decisions. Control builds self-confidence.
Balance: This skill is crucial to develop at an early age. Your child is beginning to participate in many physical activities that are challenging, like riding a bicycle. Your child will develop good balance and a better posture.
Memory: Developing a good memory is exercise for your child's brain. The sooner your child exercises, the smarter he or she will become. Our drills are constantly helping your child think and make smart decisions.
Discipline: Our instructors use the Little Ninja drills to create the vision that discipline is fun and rewarding. Your child will take pride in doing the right thing. Your child will also follow directions better.
Fitness: It is important for children to understand the importance of being healthy and physically fit. If your child does not burn off excess energy exercising. how will he or she burn off all of that extra energy?
Coordination: Your child will learn left from right. They will become better physical participants in sports and activities. The better coordination your child has, the fewer injuries your child will sustain.