Preschool and Kindergarten Martial Arts Classes in Union City and Fremont
This program is designed to give smaller portions of Tae Kwon Do movements to the younger kids, so they can achieve their goal of getting more focus and following directions in a positive and safe environment with well-trained Korean masters. It is a great self-confidence booster for kids ages 4 to 6 years old.
At Choi's Martial Arts, your child will learn how to:
Build Confidence: Students are encouraged to be enthusiastic while they are in class. Theses classes are filled with positive reinforcement and proper coaching so that students gain a sense of real empowerment.
Improve Focus: Focus will be a major emphasis on each class as students must pay attention to the instruction of the Master so that classes run smoothly. Class instructions are made fun and easy so that students gains the most from a well run class.
Learn How to Work in Group Format: Students who have not yet been integrated in working in a group format will be able to take advantage of learning about other students and learning to work in a cooperative way.
The instructors at Choi's Martial Arts understand the unique challenges of teaching preschool and kindergarten age children. Our Tiny Tigers instructors will keep your child excited to come to class every time.
Getting started is easy at Choi's Martial Arts
At our school your child will receive personal step-by-step instruction from our patient and friendly staff.
Beginners are always welcome - no prior experience is necessary.
We offer a Trial Program that includes everything you need to get started.
"The instructors are patient, positive, and very experienced at inspiring children to do their best and understand that every child progresses at their own level. They apply positive reinforcement, humor, and everyday real life scenarios to keep the children engaged and strive to do their best without giving up."
- Parent Peggy Su
"Choi’s is a great program. Not only for Martial Arts but also for the social development of your child."
- Parent Rah Johal