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  • Realistic Behavioral Expectations: What To Expect From 7-9 Year Old's

    Realistic Behavioral Expectations: What To Expect From 7-9 Year Old's

    The golden years for children are between the ages of 7 and 9 years old. At this age, children can grasp new information quickly. They start seeing the world in a new and exciting way and, because of this, they are beginning to develop their morals and values. And while they are making leaps and bounds in maturity, they still need a lot of guidance from adults in their lives. Children between the ages of 7 and 9 years old are full of energy and their personalities are more distinct. They have an increased desire to be independent and they want to be recognized for their intelligence. Children at this age love interacting with others and enjoy making friends which leads to the ....

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  • Back To School Tips For Parents

    Back To School Tips For Parents

    Back to School Tips for Parents
    Summertime is coming to an end, and with that comes all of the back to school anxiety and jitters that are common amongst children. Your child may experience common physical effects of anxiety associated with back to school time including symptoms from stomachaches to sleeping problems. They will also experience emotional stress from the fear of making new friends, meeting new teachers, fears of being bullied, pressure of making good grades, and worries of being unpopular. With that said, it important for parents to first remember that these physical and emotional feelings are very common, and even the most well-adjusted kids are bound to feel some sort ....

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  • Realistic Behavioral Expectations: What To Expect From 5-6 Year Old's

    Realistic Behavioral Expectations: What To Expect From 5-6 Year Old's

    Children between the ages of five and six years old are no longer “little kids.” They are in a very important transition in their lives. They have developed skills that make them appear to have things more together, so they are often approached by adults as an “older kid.” However, they still do not have the basic skills necessary to keep up with the older children. Between the ages of five and six years old, children are very enthusiastic. Their language skills have increased, and they are able to pay attention for longer periods of time. They are developing thinking and reasoning skills and have gotten better at seeing other people’s point of view. ....

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  • Perpetually Practicing Patience

    Perpetually Practicing Patience

    A farmer plants a seed and tends to it while the tree grows. It won’t bear fruit overnight and instead must be watched over for years before the investment is rewarded. So too, our children must practice patience. Patience is one of the hardest virtues to learn but is invaluable to the success of a high-achieving young person. Learning to delay gratification is the mark of becoming a functioning adult and to be able to do something today that won’t produce results for days, weeks, or even years is a hard, but necessary skill to develop. As parents and coaches, we give our children the tools they need today and watch them develop those tools over a lifetime. Future black ....

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  • Perseverance Persistance

    Perseverance Persistance

    0 0 1 890 5076 Columbus Martial Arts Academy 42 11 5955 14.0 Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA X-NONE One of the most highly regarded abilities in sports is for a quarterback to stand in the pocket and deliver a ball even with a defense charging straight into him. One of the most highly ....

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  • Community of Champions

    Community of Champions

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  • Winning


    #Winning We have all come up short at one time or another. Losing is no fun and is hard to deal with as adults and it is even harder to deal with as a child with limited experience. It seems like we spend large swathes of time helping our children cope with disappointment, but how often do we spend time teaching them about winning and success? We want so badly for our children to win and often we simply feel so relieved when they do win that we forget that even winning is a teachable moment. At Columbus Martial Arts Academy, we have a culture of success. Our future black belts win on the mat, they win at school and they make their peers better with every success. A martial arts ....

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  • The Art of Learning

    The Art of Learning

    How much time each day do you consciously spend learning? It’s ok, we’re all busy with work and families and life is crazy. Your child, on the other hand, is constantly learning about the world. Learning new things is very healthy for a young mind,but we know that everyone does not learn at the same rate. To get better at it, a child must practise learning. In martial arts class, future black belts learn new techniques every week! The structured curriculum taught at Columbus Martial Arts Academy is designed to keep your child’s young mind constantly learning and growing. Learning is its own art, no different from Karate, Taekwondo, or Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu . Every ....

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  • Introvert Issues

    Introvert Issues

    Does your child struggle to stand out? Are they too quiet? Do they get pushed around or overstepped by stronger kids? That is not OKAY! Read how Martial Arts can help this 100%! First of all....
    There is nothing wrong with a quiet child! However, you do not want them to get walked on or taken advantage of. This can happen to the quiet kids. Teaching them how to stand up for themselves and speak up can be very difficult. Hurting feelings or disappointing people can be hard for kids. It is very important to help them develop a strong backbone and strong self confidence. How can I help my child?
    We are so glad you asked! We recommend two things! 1)Give your children ....

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