For 3-5 Year Olds
What is the Superkick Program?
The American Martial Arts Institute’s SUPERKICK program is an instructional class designed to meet the developmental needs of 3, 4, and 5 year old children. This program is intended to improve the child’s social skills, listening skills, and motor skills. They will learn to work in a group, follow instructions, and become more aware of their surroundings.
These skills will better prepare the child for the public education system and enable them to perform basic martial arts techniques. The martial arts techniques are a secondary goal of the program. The primary goal is the child’s overall development, imagination, and safety.
Who teaches the Superkick Program?
All Superkick classes are taught by adult certified black belt instructors.
The classes are 45 minutes in length and meet each Saturday from September through June. You may register for a designated 3, 6, or 9 month session.
Class sizes will not exceed 16 students, and the child must be fully registered within the first two weeks of the current session to participate.
What do the children wear?
The first time a child is enrolled in the Superkick program, he or she is given a free uniform with a white belt, and a free copy of the 122-page instructional workbook for the program. Students wear a white t-shirt beneath the uniform. No other special clothing or equipment is required.
Do the children test for ranks in the Superkick program?
Although there are no testings for belt ranking in the SUPERKICK program, there is a testing for the level identified as SUPERKICK PLUS. Superkick Plus students are allowed to wear a special patch on their uniform and learn additional martial arts techniques.