TINY TUMBLERS CLASSES

Learn. Move. Grow

The Tiny Tumbler’s curriculum is designed to encourage your child’s brain and body to work together. Your child will learn skills that will improve their gross and fine motor development, and develop their sense of balance all while doing what they do best – playing and having fun.

Programs

Enrollment & Commitment

Enrollment is rolling. You may sign up at anytime and will be pro-rated Accordingly. This is NOT a Monthly Membership. When you register for a class at GCA you are committing to finishing out the current session and are responsible for the remaining class tuition.

Contact

344 West Main Street. Milford, CT.  06460
gcagym@gmail.com
203-693-3352

Parent Participation Required. An adult accompanies the child while they are in the gym.  Your child will work on forward, backward rolls, and be introduced to cartwheels.  They will learn various jumps on the floor and the trampoline and will also work on their walks on the balance beam and swinging and supports on the bars. This is a great class for you and your child to meet new friends and bond with each other.  The children will learn how to work well with others and improve their fine and gross motor skills, including hand-eye coordination while learning gymnastics.

All classes are unlimited!  Come to as many classes per week as you like.

Please refer to our schedule for class times.

Parent Participation Required. An adult accompanies the child while they are in the gym.  Your child will work on forward, backward rolls, and be introduced to cartwheels.  They will learn various jumps on the floor and the trampoline and will also work on their walks on the balance beam and swinging and supports on the bars. This is a great class for you and your child to meet new friends and bond with each other.  The children will learn how to work well with others and improve their fine and gross motor skills, including hand-eye coordination while learning gymnastics.

All classes are unlimited!  Come to as many classes per week as you like.

Please refer to our schedule for class times.

Sugar Baby Move up – without parent).This is a teacher recommended class and is designed for the two and three-year old who has good listening skills. We’ll keep a low ratio because the child will be on their own out in the gym working at stations and small circuits to further develop fine and gross motor skills.

You must choose your day.

This program contributes to children exceling in the development of their gross motor skills. A group setting for children to learn how to share, practice patience, and skill progression of basic gymnastics. We provide a large variety of equipment that can help any stage of a child’s motor advancement. From simple accomplishments such as jumping with two feet to perfecting a cartwheel, this program will provide the necessary teaching tools for any child.

This program contributes to children exceling in the development of their gross motor skills. A group setting for children to learn how to share, practice patience, and skill progression of basic gymnastics. We provide a large variety of equipment that can help any stage of a child’s motor advancement. From simple accomplishments such as jumping with two feet to perfecting a cartwheel, this program will provide the necessary teaching tools for any child.

Lil’ Ninjas is the entry level to the all-new sport discipline inspired by gymnastics, martial arts, obstacle training, and freestyle movement.

Class goals: Listening skills, confidence, trying new things, working through frustration, and manners. We do all this through a strategic mix of skills and progressions.

Mind and Motion Gym combo class is the perfect mix of both creative learning and physical activity. This curriculum is design for children to learn socialization skills, creative science and gymnastics. The class will consist of 45 minutes of action in the gym and 30 minutes of classroom activities.

With this age we will create an engaging environment to promote their physical and social skills. Improving motor planning by encouraging movement around and over obstacles, and experimenting with depth perception and changing direction.