Chi Kwang Do Martial Art
Tiny Tigers (3.5 to 6 years) Program
Ages 3.5 to 6 are some of the most important years of your child's development. Our award winning Tiny Tiger program has been professionally developed specifically for pre-schoolers to teach them important life skills with an exciting, enriching and age-appropriate curriculum that is always fun.
We use a unique concept known as "Edutainment", to teach your child focus, discipline and confidence, which are life skills vital to succeed in school, relationships and life.
More Than Just Learning To Kick And Punch!
Our Tiny Tigers program will keep your child physically fit as well as encourage the benefits of good behavior, teamwork, and being their best at home, at school and social situations. Tiny Tigers will improve your child's motor skills and enhance their mental development to help them face life's challenges. They will increase their self-esteem, be better listener and have a positive outlook.
Life Skills Education
Our Tiny Tigers program teaches your child life skills based on the Merit Badges program. The 12 basic life skills, Focus, Teamwork, Self-Control, Memory, Balance, Discipline, Fitness, Coordination, Manners, Respect, Confidence and Stranger are the cornerstone skills of this innovative teaching system.
Your Family Values Partner
Think of our Tiny Tigers program and instructors as your partners, reinforcing the same values you teach your child at home, such as good manners, respect for themselves and others, following direction the first time and much more.
An Education In Safety
Our Tiny Tigers program also teaches valuable safety skills such as "Stranger Danger" "When to Call 999" "Fire Safety," and "Never to Play with Dangerous Objects."
Your child will be rewarded with skill strips when they demonstrate the skills taught in class. The skill strips will inspire them to be goal oriented and to always do their best. Once your child has earned all eight strips, they will advance to their next belt.
"In the confrontation between the stream and the rock, the stream always wins.....
not through strength, but through persistence"