Karate for kids Raises Confident Leaders

Our Karate for Kids Program will help your child
develop essential skills that they can apply
to all areas of life.

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Programs for Kids ages 8-13

Karate for Kids

Looking for a Fitness Activity for Your Child That Can Also Help Them Succeed in Life?

ATA Karate for Kids is a specialized program created exclusively for children ages 8 through 13 and teaches the fundamentals of martial arts. The foundation of the Karate for Kids curriculum is the education and development of life skills such as positive mental attitude, high goal-setting, perseverance, self-control, and confidence.

Karate for Kids training is designed to be fun and fulfilling for each student. This is because Taekwondo is an individual activity rather than a team sport. Therefore every student is an active and valuable participant in class. They work out with kids their own age and progress at their own pace. 

The ATA Karate for Kids program is perfect for parents looking for an activity that is not just great exercise but that also teaches their school-age children lessons they will use throughout their life. The way children learn and what motivates them is the reason we offer a program exclusively for children.

Since its introduction in 1986, the Karate for Kids program has helped children all over the world learn Discipline, Self-Esteem, and Respect. By combining the Discipline of traditional martial arts, learning Respect through life skill development, and the Self-Esteem gained through our unique reward system, your child will advance in the martial arts while reaching their fullest potential.

4 REASPONS Why you should choose Duer's ATA Martial Arts.

Thinking that martial arts instruction promotes violent behavior is justified if your only experience with the activity comes from television or movies. In fact, many defensive styles teach kids peaceful, non-violent conflict resolution skills and emphasize the importance of avoiding a physical altercation.

Kids who don’t always thrive in highly social environments may find it easier to get to know people and make new friends when they’re in a room filled with peers who share a common interest. 

Enrolling an inactive child in such a physically demanding pastime not only discourages the sedentary lifestyle she’s used to, but also gives her an enjoyable activity that inspires her to keep moving.

Most forms of martial arts are based around an accomplishment system of colored belts that signify the wearer’s degree of skill. When your child strives toward each new belt, he’s learning valuable lessons about setting and reaching his goals.

PARENTS, DID YOU KNOW?

1 OUT OF 4 KIDS

is a Victim of Bullying

42.5% OF TEENS

IN THE U.S. TRY DRUGS

25% OF H.S. STUDENTS

fail to graduate on time

DO NOT LET YOUR CHILD BECOME A STATISTIC.

Equip them with the tools to succeed in the real world with ATA Martial Arts.

Since 1969, over one million students have trained in one of the 950 ATA Licensed schools. Our students regularly go on to join Ivy schools and become community leaders. The values they learn during their martial arts journey are the same you teach at home and last a lifetime.

3 WAYS OUR KIDS MARTIAL ARTS CLASSES HELP YOUR CHILD REACH THEIR POTENTIAL:

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TEAMWORK & SOCIAL SKILLS

Social interaction teaches kids how to effectively work as part of a team.

PHYSICAL FITNESS

Martial arts helps improve coordination and is an excellent form of exercise.

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BUILD HEALTHY HABITS

Building healthy habits early on can help prevent obesity and diabetes later in life.

Frequently Asked Questions

Our Pre-School program is ages 4-7, while Pre-Teens is Ages 8-13

 One of our instructors will call you to help schedule your first class, or you may call the school directly.

Our Martial Arts classes' primary goal is to make sure our students have fun in a playful, safe environment.  Come and see a class for yourself - the kids have a blast and our instructors do too.

We offer month to month memberships as well as savings on longer plans

Even though we practice self-defense moves and we do practice some sparring drills, your child will not be "fighting" anyone. While your child will learn cool martial arts and self-defense moves, they will also learn how to AVOID fights, not pick them. Although there is potential for injury with any sports activity, our instructors take great care to make sure everyone practices at their own pace without getting injured. Our goal is to lift children up and make them feel confident in any situation.

No, our classes are a good mix of boys and girls of all fitness levels.  Beginners train alongside some of the more experienced kids, helping each other out in a fun team environment.

DEVELOPING MORE THAN JUST WINNING ATHLETES

We Teach Life Skills that your child will learn and be with them for the rest of their lives. A great foundation makes a great person. We teach what you teach at home.

Discipline

 is to obey what is right. It means to practice good habits. And what are good habits? Simply put, they are behaviors that make us better human beings. Discipline begins with obedience. When we are children we must obey our parents, teachers and mentors, since they are the ones who are responsible to show us the right path.

Belief

is having the “YES I CAN” attitude always and no matter what. It is the ability to see the invisible and look beyond the obvious. Belief is our inner power used with our core values towards the fulfillment of our goals. Absolutely everything we do in our lives, in fact, is based on our beliefs. Every action we take, every decision we make, and every single thing we do stems from what we believe. If we believe this, we do that; if we believe something else, we do something different.

Communication

 is how we relate to ourselves and everything around us. It is so important that the success of a society depends on how well it communicates. The word communication comes from the word “common”, which means “equal”. This means that in order to communicate with each other, we must find common ground. To ensure this, our communication must be seen, heard and felt.

Respect

ourselves means doing things that are good for us. For example, like taking care of our bodies both mentally and physically, educating ourselves and finding mentors to help us improve our lives. Self-respect also means thinking positively, making the right choices, and caring for our possessions and our personal appearance. When we show self-respect, others learn that they must also treat us with respect.

Self-Esteem

is the joy of being who we are. It describes how we see and value ourselves. When we feel good about ourselves – independent of the circumstances that surround us – we show self-esteem. We can build our self-esteem by making a choice to see everything in our lives positively. This way, in time, we develop a positive attitude towards life. 

Honesty

 is the first step to a rewarding life. To be honest is to obey our conscience. It means to have the courage to confront the consequences of our actions no matter what price we may have to pay. It is to take responsibility for our actions and to be accountable.

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