Fun Activities and Kung Fu Resources For Classes
Warm Up Exercises!
Keep up with exercises, fun activities and learning materials. Firstly here’s a fun warm up exercise video to do together at home. If you have your own ideas for warm up exercises then please email us or upload your own video to your allocated student video folder.
Kung Fu Colouring Pages
Here are some Kung Fu downloadable colouring pages to enjoy. To print them out all you need to do is click on the picture you’d like to colour in, then click on the ‘sharing arrow’ in the top right of the screen and select download, then just open the file and print it out. Colour them in and if you’d like to share them you can bring them into class to show your classmates and us as an achievement or you can email them to us. Colouring improves motor skills, dexterity and colour recognition, plus it’s great fun! We’ll also share some of your beautiful creations in our social media networks with your permission and thanks.
Martial Arts Wordsearch Puzzles
To print out the Wordsearch Puzzles all you need to do is click on the puzzle that you’d like to complete, then click on the ‘sharing arrow’ in the top right of the screen and select download, then just open the file and print it out.
Learning Material: Student Creed, Little Dragon’s Promise and Master’s Oath
At the start of every children’s class we begin by saying our Student Creed, Little Dragon’s make their promise at the end of every class and Junior Warriors and Advanced Junior Warriors say their Master’s Oath. These Learning Material sheets are saved in pdf format, they are extremely useful to have printed out to learn from and memorise. Click on the images to open the PDF’s. Any queries just email us or message in the usual ways.
Learning Material: Footwork Drill and Kuen-To (Punching Drill)
The Learning Material sheets are saved in pdf format, they are extremely useful to have printed out beside you so that you can refer to them when using the corresponding training videos. Click on the images to open the PDF’s.
Tidy Up Sheet (Job List)
To complete the Tidy Up Sheet parents/guardians need to write a tick in each box from week to week when the task has been completed. The asterisk is a space where parents, grandparents, guardians, etc can add their own ‘Jobs To Do’. Have fun with this, we suggest that you don’t look at this as MORE WORK. This will help you to become organised in your life, when you organise tasks it reduces stress and anxiety. Sometimes too many tasks can become overwhelming, so try to think of the tasks on your list as more life skills… just as you do when you think about your Kung Fu – valuable skills for life!