Did you know that children should be involved in at least 60 minutes of physical activity daily? Engaging in a variety of sports helps children develop agility, coordination and improves their overall physical fitness and stamina. Being physically active also helps to reduce stress and anxiety in a child.
Want to expose your child to different sports? Here is a list of sports classes for kids you can consider!
Aquatech Swimming offers a wide spectrum of programs delivered by passionate and experienced coaches. With their combined knowledge and expertise in the sport, they strive to create a holistic environment for all to master the skill of swimming. All lessons are designed with a heavy emphasis on an athlete-centric approach and creating a long-term athlete pathway for their athletes to develop and grow.
The Aquatics Swim School
The Aquatics Swim School focuses on four main areas – Technique, Accuracy, Speed and Survival (TASS). They adopt a progressive learning approach, following an in-house syllabus that ensures that your child builds their swimming skills and techniques from a strong foundation of basics. The Aquatics Swim School also aims to give its students an all-rounded experience of swimming, providing opportunities for students to participate in competitions and take the SwimSafer Examinations.
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At Taekwondonomics, your kid can look forward to learning Taekwondo techniques along with important lessons on how to use these techniques in safe and appropriate ways. They will also pick up Taekwondo forms, also called patterns, which build memory and imagination – two important aspects of brain development for children. They offer classes for kids aged 3 to 5 and also for kids aged 6 to 14.
Skateline Skate School
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This skate school offers a 1-hour single-session lesson to introduce beginners to skating and picking up skills such as balancing safely on skates and learning basic skating movements. It’s a great opportunity for your child to try out skating and gauge their interest! Also, check out their holiday camps suitable for ages 5 to 13 – the camp caters to both total beginners and experienced skaters.
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