Friday, September 30, 2016

Bruce McCorry's Famous Little Ninja's Program

Plan Your Little Champ’s Safe Future with
 Bruce McCorry's Famous Little Ninja's Program 
written by: Bruce McCorry's Martial Arts  (Peabody MA)

Howard Gardner, when he introduced the famous multiple intelligence theory in psychology, made a revolution in the way we look at the phase called the preschooler age (3 to 6 years). He argued that intelligence is not one, but many. Every child in the preschooler age potentially possesses numerous types of intelligence's in varying amounts. Measuring any kid’s worth in a single scale of IQ and forcing them to succeed in a single criteria of academics is a huge injustice to their variety.

As parents, we all want to see our children succeed, and do whatever we can do for that right from the time he or she is born. But Gardner forces us to ask some major questions. How can we ensure a safe future for our little champ in the light of changing research in education? The best choice, it appears, is to identify where exactly your little champion figures in the myriad list of talents and intelligences and cater to his/her point of strength. The preschooler age is significant once again, because this is one early decisive moment when the course of your child’s life could be guided.

Martial Arts for Preschoolers: Finding the Talent, Giving the Support
Introducing children in the preschooler age to martial art has been often discussed in parenting circles. How exactly can it ensure better future for young learners? The past few years’ experience at Little Ninja's Program for kids from 3 to 6 years at the Bruce McCorry’s Academy (Peabody, MA) has helped us to arrive at some answers.

As the example of several batches of learners at Bruce McCorry’s Little Ninja's Martial Art Program showed, martial arts in the preschooler age work wonders with kids at a time when their body and mind is being accustomed to the demands of the world. Martial art is the only extracurricular activity that can cater at once to a range of intelligences pointed out by Gardner. It has something to offer for their visual-spatial skills by making them to assess the sweep of moves and react accordingly. It also is a booster of the bodily-kinesthetic skills. By making children take logical decisions and react to changes, martial art improves their logical intelligence. At an age when their language is on the verge of formation, martial arts caters to their verbal ability by placing them in situations of verbal interaction. Martial arts also has a say in instilling a rhythmic sense in children.

Many kids who began with Little Ninja's Program at Bruce McCorry’s are passionate followers of martial arts in their later school years as well. This has happened because they and their parents experienced the magic that martial arts can do. Their past as young martial art learners has helped them to identify where in the spectrum of skills do their actual ability and interest lie. Little Ninjas Program help kids not only to remain fit, healthy and stress-free, but it aids every aspect of their life outside the martial arts school. They find that the early martial art training has helped them to be logical thinkers in their lessons, athletic contenders in during sports, and confident speakers in their classroom activities. These early learners has identified their area of success and made martial arts their pillar of support in their activities within and without the classroom.

Now it’s the turn of your child. Try out Little Ninjas today for a better future for your child!

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