Kids Karate Classes
Tiny Tigers (Pre-School Aged)
All of our classes at ProKarate Rockford are geared toward enhancing confidence, respect and self control as well as teaching age-appropriate safety skills. Tiny Tigers Martial Arts help preschoolers develop fundamental cognitive, social and safety skills.
This is also a great way to introduce your child to a lifetime of physical fitness and healthy habits while preparing them for success in school.
Lil'Dragons (Ages 4-7)
The Lil'Dragons program, for children ages 4-7, will give your child the tools they need to conquer their world!
Lil'Dragons develop self-confidence, focus, discipline, and safety skills while learning traditional martial arts and having tons of fun!
- Great for children who are getting ready for kindergarten.
- Lil'Dragons work on social skills like making and being good friends.
- The physical skills practiced in Lil'Dragons help improve balance, coordination and flexibility.
- Both overly outgoing and shy children need strategies to deal with situations like being lost, emergencies, or unsafe strangers.
- Young children who have problems concentrating or behaving in school will benefit from the disciplined and focused structure of the Lil'Dragons program.
Juniors (Ages 7-12)
The Juniors Karate program is for children ages 7-12. Students enrolled in the Juniors program will learn traditional Martial Arts skills as well as important life skills such as discipline, confidence, and focus.
Our modern, age appropriate curriculum addresses the issues kids are faced with every day to give them the tools that will help them succeed for the rest of their lives.
All Martial Arts are not the same and you will find that classes at ProKarate Rockford stand out as the best with individualized programs for children of all ages.
- Not every child can be the “star quarterback”, but every child can work toward earning a Black Belt. There are no bench warmers in Karate class.
- Great for kids who are not into “team” sports.
- For kids who want to have FUN while they are learning a sport.
- Children who struggle “to be included” will find others who they can share fun, common goals and friendship with.
- Martial Arts practice complements any other sports training; developing flexibility, strength, balance and a “never give up” attitude.