The last bit of summer is always bittersweet. On one hand, between BBQs, bike rides, and time with family, maybe it feels like summer flew by. On the other hand, maybe you’ve checked off all the boxes in your summer fun list, and now your kiddos are getting a little antsy.
Anyone who’s had a preschooler knows how quickly they seem to grow up, and how much they learn in such a short period of time. Every time you blink, they seem to have picked up a new word or skill.
Picture a time you’ve felt “in the zone.” Maybe it was that time you rocked a presentation at work, or were absorbed for hours in a great novel.
Being the parent of a teenager comes with a whole new set of joys and challenges.
At Mountain Kids, we believe in giving back to our community. As a testament to this value, we’ve partnered with the non-profit organization There with Care since 2012 to help support their cause.
Having a strong core is essential to overall health, fitness, and mobility. But did you know that weak core muscles can also contribute to problems in the classroom for children?
Summer feels ages away, doesn’t it?
For at least a few more months, dodging ice patches on the sidewalk and enjoying cozy nights by the fireplace will remain a necessity.
My favorite thing as an instructor is to see kids busting out of their comfort zones, and mastering techniques they once struggled with.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and kids love to join in for some sweet fun with the family!
*Image courtesy of Calelite Kids
If you’ve ever suggested gymnastics to your son and received the response, “but that’s for girls!”, you’re probably not alone.