Wow! What a fun way to start your little one in building coordination and courage while learning how to follow directions and rules. Giving them discipline and patience prepares them for school and other things coming up soon in their life. Preschool gymnasts also begin developing character building skills that transition into the day to day situations they will soon encounter.
Every week a new theme is created starting off with a fun and exciting warm up song, followed by stations teaching strength, balance, motor skills and self esteem! We finish each class with a fun activity such as parachute games, rhythm sticks, colorful scarves, hula hoops and dancing! Your young gymnasts will leave excited and wanting more!
Class Times Listed Below
Legacy Preschool Class Description:
Toddler Bees (Mommy & Me) – 18 month to 3 yrs. – Toddlers are sensory learners who love to touch, run and jump to understand the world around them. You and your gymnast work together on building motor skills, coordination, and balance to boost their cognitive learning skills and form their gymnastics skill foundation.
Tumble Bees 3-4 yrs. – Young children are learning forward and backward rolls, cartwheels, pull-ups, balance and coordination. This class is great for toddlers starting to learn self-confidence, character building and discipline in a very fun environment.
Kinder Bees 4-5 yrs. – As your child is approaching Kindergarten, we can help start them off right! This class builds on the basic fundamentals of gymnastics while helping teach your little one how to stand in line and listen to direction. Our Kinder Bees class gives students a fun and exciting learning environment which will help them to be successful in any sport they do in the future.
Little Ninjas 4-5 yrs. – It is never too early for a child to dream of being America’s next Ninja Warrior! This class builds on the basic fundamentals of gymnastics as well as focusing on obstacle courses, team building, and work ethic.
Tiny Tumblers 4-5 yrs. – Children will focus on the tumbling aspect of gymnastics. Body awareness, strength, and fundamentals such as bridges, rolls, cartwheels, and many more.