Six Blades Jiu Jitsu Denver

Kinder (3-4 Years Old)

The curriculum includes fun games and interactive drills that teach basic Jiu Jitsu movements and beginner techniques, ensuring a strong foundation and better understanding of our art, while maintaining his/her interest and keeping it enjoyable for your youngster. Instructors also promote and reinforce strong core values through simple and easy-to-follow methods. The Kinder program is the perfect introduction to Jiu Jitsu for preschoolers, ages 3-5. In these playful classes. Once they learn the basic techniques and build their confidence in Kinder, they’ll be ready to transition into Little Champs (ages 5-7) classes.

  • Motor Skills Development:
    • BJJ involves various movements that can enhance a child’s gross and fine motor skills.
    • Rolling, crawling, and basic grappling movements help in developing coordination and body awareness.
  • Discipline and Focus:
    • Learning and practicing basic BJJ techniques can promote discipline and focus in young children.
    • Following instructions during drills and exercises helps cultivate attention and concentration.
  • Social Skills and Cooperation:
    • BJJ classes often involve group activities, fostering social interaction and cooperation.
    • Partner drills and exercises encourage communication and teamwork.
  • Confidence Building:
    • Achieving small milestones in BJJ, such as mastering a basic movement or earning a belt stripe, can boost a child’s self-confidence.
    • Positive reinforcement in a supportive environment contributes to a sense of accomplishment.
  • Respect and Sportsmanship:
    • BJJ teaches fundamental values such as respect for instructors, training partners, and the rules of the sport.
    • Emphasis on good sportsmanship promotes a positive attitude towards competition and learning.
  • Problem Solving and Critical Thinking:
    • BJJ involves strategic thinking and problem-solving as practitioners navigate through positions and transitions.
    • Encouraging creativity in movement helps develop critical thinking skills in a playful context.
  • Physical Fitness:
    • BJJ promotes physical activity and helps in developing strength, flexibility, and cardiovascular endurance.
    • Engaging in playful exercises and movements contributes to overall physical fitness.
  • Emotional Regulation:
    • BJJ can provide a constructive outlet for excess energy and help children learn to manage their emotions.
    • Controlled physical contact and the discipline of the sport contribute to emotional regulation.
  • Body Awareness and Balance:
    • BJJ requires a heightened sense of body awareness, which can positively impact a child’s spatial orientation and balance.
    • Learning to control movements and balance on the mat enhances overall body coordination.
  • Fun and Enjoyment:
    • The playful nature of BJJ classes for young children ensures that they have fun while learning.
    • Enjoying physical activity at an early age can establish a positive attitude toward exercise and healthy living.

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