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Toddler Gymnastics

TODDLER GYMNASTICS

Toddler Gymnastics

Our toddler gymnastics and exercise program is ideal for energetic kiddos who love to run, jump, and learn new things each day. From forward rolls to pull-ups on the rings to alternating leg jumps, our toddler gymnastics program is a fun way to help toddlers develop strength, flexibility, and motor skills.

Fun and Learning

Whether it’s an ongoing program at your child’s school, a party or special event, Kiddo Bus Toddler Gymnastics means fun-filled exercise for kids–utilizing age-appropriate equipment and lesson plans based on progressive learning.

Age-Appropriate Classes

Our toddler exercise and gymnastics program focuses primarily on toddlers two-to-three years old. However, skill level is more important than age and our coaches are well-trained for that. For example, a toddler will master placing his hands on the floor and pushing with his legs to roll forward on the incline mat as a prerequisite to doing it on the regular mat.

Typical Class

During a typical class, toddlers will board the bus, do warm up exercises to the beat of fun music, and go through the different drill stations. Once completed, the kids will sing the closing song and safely exit the bus. We find that toddlers are thirsty and hungry after class. Toddlers also tend to concentrate well in a learning environment after they have exercised on Kiddo Bus.

Favorite Toddler Exercises

Toddlers enjoy doing a variety of exercises–that’s why toddler gymnastics is so appealing to most of them! We find that some favorite toddler and baby gym exercises are flex and point, tuck jumps, baby push-ups, forward rolls, monkey bars, candlestick, cartwheels, and the zip line.

Motor Skills in Toddlers

Motor skills are motions carried out when the brain, nervous system, and muscles work together. Fine motor skills are small movements–like picking up small objects–that use the small muscles of the fingers, toes, wrists, and lips. Gross motor skills are bigger movements–such as walking, running, jumping, and rolling over–that use the large muscles in the arms, legs, torso, and feet.

On Kiddo Bus, most of our exercises develop gross motor skills. However, some of our exercises and games focus on fine motor skills. In all cases, our gym designed for little kids provides a safe setting where toddlers are engaged and enjoy learning new skills and discovering their potential.

Building Self-Esteem

A sense of accomplishment feeds a toddler’s self-esteem. Kiddo Bus uses lesson plans that include singing, dancing, team building, and working individually on mastering new skills. Our coaches guide and support toddlers in learning new skills and improving their balance, strength, coordination, and flexibility–thus, toddlers feel a wonder sense of accomplishment during each practice session. We love to see the joy on our kiddos’ faces knowing their self-esteem is building!