Little Dragons Program (ages 3-5)


The program is designed to cater to the needs of our Pre-School students, by providing a safe, non-competitive environment for our tiny students. Our large team of Instructors allows us to provide our tiniest students with close attention, to keep them focused and participating in classes. Our Centers aim to be the safest environment we can provide, with matted floors and safety equipment available to further protect our Little Dragons.

Along with building Gross Motor development, the curriculum for our Little Dragons focuses on 3 Major skills, which prepare them for school

  • Confidence – Confidence is a crucial skill for young students as they prepare to enter primary school. Our students learn confidence as they work hard and see results of their training in their progression. Students also gain confidence through the building of friendships with their peers in classes.
  • Focus and Listening Skills – Students are required to pay attention to classes, and our Instructors help each student learn to focus on the task at hand. Instructors keep students attention through interactive demonstrations of new techniques, as well as keeping lessons fun and captivating.
  • Respect and Discipline – Students learn respect for Instructors and peers through the systems of Taekwondo. Students are taught to bow to Instructors and competitors, and to show good sportsmanship at all times.

In our Little Dragons Classes, we strive to make each lesson fun and educational. Our goal is to help your child achieve their potential, and to always be the best they can be.
The motto for our Little Dragon class is; “LITTLE Dragons TODAY, LEADERS TOMORROW”

Each Instructor working with our Little Dragons has been chosen for not only their qualifications, but also for their ability to teach young students in a way that is helpful, positive and specific to such a young audience. These Instructors are bright and friendly at all times, and assist in making our gym such a wonderful place to learn for all our students.