POWER OF MOVEMENT
KiDsGyM USA® pioneered preschool gymnastics in 1980 and developed a program titled Early Movement Education in 1986 which later became known as Power of Movement. Realizing the “power of movement” for the early learner KiDsGyM USA® expanded this program to use gymnastics as a tool to strengthen gross motor and fine motor skills along with cognitive and social emotional development for children between the ages of one and six years.
AGES 12M - 3.5 YRS
A parent-tot program with an instructional focus on stimulation, parent education, and the mastery of simple tricks which leads to peer and adult reinforcement for exercise
AGES 3 YRS - 4.5 YRS
The instructional focus is on an exposure to a variety of movement challenges. We build confidence, strength, flexibility and motor skills with an overall goal to prepare participants socially, emotionally, cognitively and physically
AGES 5 YRS - 6.5 YRS
The instructional focus in this class is learning fundamental gymnastics; exposing participants to AAU levels 1, 2, and 3 skills. We teach how to set goals for achieving skills and learn safe training behavior: how to listen, pay attention, practice independently. Participants build self-confidence, strength, flexibility and coordination
AGES 5 YRS - 6.5 YRS
The instructional focus in this class targets gifted 5 and 6-year-olds who have excellent fundamental skills. Evaluation is required to enroll in this class. The goal of the DynoMites class is to prepare participants to qualify for a competitive gymnastics team
AGES 5 YRS AND UP
The instructional focus in this class targets Boys only using gymnastics (all apparatus) to improve athletic prowess and develop the fundamentals for all sports; emphasizing tumbling and trampoline
Charlyn Harper Brown, Ph.D.
Center for the Study of Social Policy
“Through the unique brand of gymnastics training and experience provided by Mr. Campbell, my son, Rembert, grew in self-confidence; in his ability to receive and follow instructions from an adult; in his understanding of how to work effectively with children both his age and older; and in his appreciation of the concept of self-mastery of a skill.”