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I have been in 100's of martial arts schools and i have to say this one is special! The family atmosphere is unmatched! The instructors genuinely care about the students they even offer free private lesson! Cant go wrong here and its a great family building activity everyone can do!

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This business offers great extra curricular activities for both kids and adults! The instructors are very helpful in teaching on all levels and various classes. I love the Cage Fitness class which offers a 30 minute full body workout. The availability of various class times helps you and/or your child stay on tract. We are loving the new location!

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Great and friendly staff. Great programs for the whole family. My son is in the summer camp during the day and he is involved in various activities and he absolutely loves TMA. The cage fitness class is a awesome 30 minute workout that can fit into just about anybody's schedule. Instructors are very knowledgeable and take the time to show you each step correctly. Come check them out. You will be glad you did.

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Trinity martial arts has taught my kids not only to be more secure with themselves but has also given them the confidence to go through life with their heads held high. They have not only been learning martial arts. They are being taught life skills that will help them throughout their transition of being kids into adulthood.

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My daughter has truly enjoyed Trinity Martial Arts. Skills taught have already proven to improve focus and self confidence. There are plenty of skilled staff that you and/or your child can relate to as well as learn from. The instructors and classes are diverse and emphasize your ability to make it to the top. All instructors have seemed to be especially good at certain aspects of their art. Jason and the Team ensure that those instructors are the ones teaching that skill. This form is a system of encouragement and is well planned. Try it. We were offered 2 classes at no charge to discover this new format of fitness and discipline and it took just one. The other students are obviously team oriented and seem to glow with positivity. My child has identified her mentors in just a few visits.

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This is the best place for anyone to have fun & learn how to kick butt. I received my black belt from TMA & once I entered High School I became too busy to continue taekwondo classes. Would highly recommend to anyone interested! Mr. Smith, Mr. Bridges & Mr. Kirkland were outstanding instructors!

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Edutainment

Be the parent your child needs you to be. They need you to be in their world. That means interacting and playing with them on their level to prompt them through the tasks and chores they don’t want to do.  Here are some tips and examples on using effectively using edutainment with your child.  

  1. Practice Healthy Competition   

The child brain loves novelty. That is why healthy competition and games get them excited.  You can help your child accomplish the daily tasks they do not necessarily want to do by adding a fun edutainment component.  

Edutainment in daily tasks may include incorporating a game or competition into their nighttime routine to prompt them to get ready for bed, pick up their toys, or brush their teeth long enough.  

For instance, when it’s time for bed, create a healthy, fun competition that gets them excited.  You might tell them, “Okay! It’s time to get ready for bed! Let’s see who can race to the bathroom the fastest!”  Once this task is completed, follow up with “Who can get their toothbrush out and put the toothpaste on the fastest?” or “Who can brush their teeth the longest?” For toothbrushing, when you know the two minutes is up, you can finish first, allowing them to win the competition of brushing for at least two minutes.  Then, follow up with how surprised or excited that you are that they won. 

  1. Be Playful with Your Child 

Your child is not going to behave all the time.  They are not perfect.  When your child throws a temper tantrum, is upset or is insistent on something, add something playful to the mix that takes their mind off it.  

If my son throws a temper tantrum, sometimes I pretend in a silly way that I am falling and hurt my foot and he laughs.  Or, if he sits in a chair that I specifically told him that I am going to sit in, I playfully act like I am going to sit on him. He likes the silliness, and it detracts and redirects him away from his original temper tantrum or negative behavior.  

  1. Think Outside the Box 

Playfulness and silliness work, but other times creative solutions help your child accomplish their tasks and chores. Homework is one thing that your child may not enjoy.  Think outside the box to what excites them and incorporate that into their homework time.  

Younger children love tents, so building a tent or fort in the living room together where they can go to do their homework is an exciting way to mask the doldrums of homework. For teens, coffee shops are common favorite hangouts, so going to one where they can have their favorite coffee drink and do their homework is a treat that they will look forward to.  Both scenarios change your child’s negative outlook on homework to something positive. 

How edutaining are you as a parent? Whatever your level, you can better implement healthy competition, fun, and creative approaches to motivate your child.  A child’s way of interpreting things is rarely ever black and white, usually because they are not eager to learn.  When you edutain, you help them learn in a behavior that they embrace.

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