Kids Love Karate, Instructors Love Teaching, and Parents Love Safe, Supervised, and Structured After School Programs and Weekday Camps!
Time flies when you’re having fun, and it’s even better when the time is spent learning and improving yourself without even realizing it! That’s what kids experience at the well-run Martial Arts after school programs and special camps provided by USA Karate. Qualified leaders keep them engaged, entertained, and growing mentally and physically under expert guidance and watchful eyes. Busy parents can work, run errands, or do whatever they must – free from their kids, free from worry, and free from guilt – confident that all is well and good for their kids during the temporary absence.
All after school or day care solutions are not created equal though. Sometimes parents are shocked and disappointed when they arrive for pick up and find bedlam or a wild ruckus going on. Some kids enjoy this type of unstructured ‘free play’ setting, but others find it scary, stressful, and hard to handle. For them, every minute there is one too many and they dread knowing they have to go again.
Happily this is never the case at after school Karate programs and special camps at USA Karate. Every single child receives the constant attention of trained instructors and supervised assistants. These friendly, attentive leaders present fun activities and games to play, individual and group challenges just right for students’ ages and abilities, and simple yet important lessons that build skills and character. The facility is modern, clean, and orderly – with designated areas for observing and participating.
A good after school Karate program or training camp is the kind of environment that puts a smile on every kid’s face. They are treated with kindness, respect, and personal care. Positive behavior is rewarded with praise and opportunity, and the time away from home and parents seems to fly by because they’re having fun. That’s why a Martial Arts after school or special camp at USA Karate is always a winning situation for kids, parents, and their qualified instructors.