Kindergym Ages 18 Months - 6 Years

Sparks

Ages 1 1/2 - 3 1/2 | 40 Minutes | Promotion based on Age & Emotional Readiness

With the assistance of a parent or adult caregiver, children develop confidence, coordination, and social skills in this introductory class. Skills include jumping on two feet, tuck hang on bars, walk across the balance beam, forward roll down a hill.

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Flares

Ages 3 - 4 1/2 | 45 Minutes | Promotion based on Age & Emotional Readiness

Children learn fundamental gymnastics movements and terminology, along with motor coordination and independence. Skills include hopping on one foot, front support on bars, bear walk on beam, handstand against a wall.

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Flames & Flames Combined

Ages 3 - 6 | 55 Minutes | Promotion based on Age & Emotional Readiness

A combined age class for quieter times in the gym. Students are challenged to their ability level with Flares and Flames skills.

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Flames

Ages 4 - 6 | 55 Minutes | Promotion based on Age & Emotional Readiness

Instruction focuses on basic gymnastics and motor skills to prepare students for success in gymnastics and other sports. Skills include skipping, push-off pull over on bars, walking across a raised beam, cartwheels, backward roll down a hill.

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Fun

Altius Kindergym Classes teach children to associate fitness with fun. Theme-based lesson plans infuse traditional gymnastics skills with imagination and creativity; walking across the balance beam becomes crossing a bridge over alligators!

Challenging

Our goal is to keep your children excited about fitness. Event circuits and stations are designed to challenge even seasoned veterans of the Kindergym Program. Class age divisions ensure a learning environment that is geared towards the appropriate developmental stage.

Relevant

Children gain a foundation of physical, cognitive, and emotional skills necessary for success in athletics and academics. Lesson plans reinforce shapes, colors, numbers, and directions. Balance and integrated motor activities develop reading-readiness skills.



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