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Dragonz (ages 3-6)

Our Dragonz Program is an excellent choice for giving your child a strong start on life. Whether it be the early demands and concerns of pre-school, or the natural fears of loosening the reigns of control on your child’s daily activities. These early years are so vital in developing the habits that lead to a healthier, happier and more confident child

LilDragonzAt Cadet Martial Arts & Fitness, we teach and instill basic developmental skills that will show up in many aspects of life such as: showing proper manners, how to look someone in the eyes, shake their hand and give a polite greeting, improved listening skills, longer periods of focus and attention span, self control of one’s actions and attitudes, learning to participate in group activities and getting along well with others. It’s no magic pill and it doesn’t happen in one class. However, for many parents, our program is the perfect alliance and is one of the most valued investments for their child. We’ve had outstanding success teaching kids how to become goal-oriented, athletic and academic achievers. We believe that every child has the potential to become an achiever and a Black Belt in Life!

At Cadet Martial Arts & Fitness we believe that each child learns differently so our lessons allow each child to learn at their own pace to do that we divide the Dragonz into two age groups:

Tiny Dragonz (ages 3-4)

The three to four year olds love physical activity and anything involving play. They have a rich imagination and strong desire to be less dependent on their usual caregivers. The problem we discovered is that many children this age have a hard time with structure in a group environment like what is commonly found […]

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Lil’ Dragonz (ages 5-6)

Five and six-year olds are the most enthusiastic students. They love creativity and problem solving, which makes them ideal students in the Martial Arts. The problem we discovered is they are so progressive in following tasks some teachers tend to treat them like their older peers. This is a problem because they still do […]

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