The Kids' Karate Workbook

A blog about martial arts training for children: books, teaching, practice, and more; and a place to share ideas among teachers and students. By the author of the children's training manual of the same name from North Atlantic/Blue Snake Books.
Added: October 22, 2009
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Language: English
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Instructors Meet to Talk About Kids and Standards

Cuong Nhu IATC in Raleigh was a great opportunity for a group of instructors who teach kids to meet together to discuss common interests and concerns. At dinner on Saturday, a group got together, prompted by the following question, posed a few ...

Can my black belt help get me into college?

As a martial arts instructor, I’ve heard many students say they hope having a black belt will look good on their college applications. (Equally often, I’ve heard kids or parents say a student can’t come to class because of all the other ...

What to do about persistent talkers and goof-offs

A colleague has asked us to revisit the topic of misbehaving and “low-effort” students. The students they describe are ones we all have in our classes from time to time: Those whose effort is minimal (loose fists, weak stances, lazy posture) ...

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