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Ninja Camp II - Let the Fun Continue With Martial Arts
The perfect sequel to Ninja camp! Conntinue having fun, while learning more advance moves of Tae Kwon Do, with this 3-week class.
Ma'am/ Sra. Lopez
118 total reviews for this teacher
4 reviews for this class
Completed by 32 learners
There are no upcoming classes.
Twice per week
over 3 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a "Multi-Day" course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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Classes are held two times a week for three weeks and are custom designed to introduce young children to mid-level Martial Arts. Each class, the student will be challenged physically and mentally as they gain all the benefits of martial arts and are taught Respect, Courtesy, Self Confidence, Physical Fitness, Goal Setting and so much more. These playful classes are fun and educational for young children. All students learn the importance of Black Belt Excellence, a metaphor for developing...
Ninja Camp II Each Class: Each class will begin with a traditional greeting, jumping jacks, stretching and core work. Stretches include butterfly stretches L Stretches, core work will consist of bicycles drills and ABC pushups. We will then review the previous lesson and dive into that day’s lesson. Each class will conclude with a 15 count – a series of positions and moves the students will become familiar with as we progress through the classes and basic form #1. Students are not only encouraged to replicate each move, but also accompany each move with a “kia,” count out loud and respond to instruction with a loud “yes, Ma’am.” During each class, we will count (1-10) in Korean. We encourage the students to repeat after the instructor so that they can commit the numbers to memory. Day 1 • Introduction to instructor. • Discussion regarding the rules of Martial Arts - It is not okay to punch and kick others - When it is appropriate to practice the moves, we are learning - How martial artists conduct themselves in other aspects of their lives • How to make a proper fist using a 3 count (students will count with the instructor) • Balance game • Listening game which will enforce the three basic attention stances of Tae Kwon Do • Review previous lessons from Ninja Camp • Basic form #1 • 15 count and a virtual high fives Day 2: • Traditional greeting, jumping jacks, stretching and core work • Review previous lesson. • Balance game • Listening game • Introduction of new moves. Each move will be given a unique, age appropriate name to help the students understand the mechanics behind the moves and keep students engaged. - Blocks: Upper block, inside block and outside block - Kicks: jumping front snap kick - Stance: forward stance • Basic form #1 • 15 count and a virtual high fives Day 3: • Traditional greeting, jumping jacks, stretching and core work • Review lessons from weeks one. • Practice different combinations to enforce moves learned in lesson one and two. • Review games to gauge students’ progress • Introductions of new moves - Blocks: double block, down block - Strikes: elbow strikes - Kicks: jumping round house kick • Basic form #1 • 15 count and a virtual high fives • Day 4: • Traditional greeting, jumping jacks, stretching and core work • Introductions of new moves • Stance: back stance • Strikes: tiger strike • Kicks: spinning hook kick • Review games to gauge students’ progress and retention • Basic form #1 • 15 count and a virtual high fives • Day 5: • Traditional greeting, jumping jacks, stretching and core work • Review previous weeks lessons. • Introductions of new moves • Kicks: Axe kick, spinning back kick • Review games to gauge students’ progress and retention • Basic form #1 • 15 count and a virtual high fives • Day 6: • Traditional greeting, jumping jacks, stretching and core work • Review previous Lessons. • Review games to gauge students’ progress and retention. • Discussion regarding students’ progress after two weeks of instruction • Basic form #1 • 15 count and virtual high fives.
I am a 4th degree black belt and Tae Kwon Do. For the last 22 years, I have had the honor and privilege to work with children passing on this ancient art. Whether it has been within a county’s educational system, a summer camp, a private group or my own studio, I enjoy being able to teach children something new and watch their confidence build as they learn. I have experience working with typical as well as children with special needs.
6 Paper towel rolls 1 Paper plate
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Please provide student with ample room to work out. Students should be bare foot. Socks are okay if you have rugs, if wooden floors no socks, as they can be slippery. To prevent injuries, as part of the class, students will stretch and warm up.
Ma'am/ Sra. Lopez
Spanish Teacher & Tae Kwon Do Instructor
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
118 total reviews
137 completed classes
I have been a teacher for the past 30 years, working in the my local school system, as well as in Outschool for two years. It is my pleasure to help students learn my native language. I am fluent in Spanish. I am also a product of a full...