The student participating in the drill will have to recall which number corresponds to each target before executing three kicks. This is great for memory and concentration development.
Kids | Focus | Beginner | Games | Concentration | Targets | Beginner
Every time the instructor calls out a number, one student will execute the technique while the other practices patience and executes the technique after their classmate.
Kids | Focus | Beginner | Games | Warm Up | Team Work | Listening
Develop focus and kicking skills by having students watch your hand to find out how many kicks they are supposed to do. This drill can be done with any basic kick.
Kids | Focus | Kicking | Concentration
The first student gets to perform any martial arts technique of their choice. Every student after gets to add any one technique to try to continue the combo as long as possible.
Memory | Kids | Concentration | Focus
Drill focus and build courage by having one student kick in multiple directions by command while surrounded by other students with body shields. A strong Kiyah is important to show courage and confidence.
Kids | Courage | Focus | Kicking | Intensity
One student calls out the names of several ones. Two other students have to relay race to touch each of the colors first. This is great for young students honing their memory skills.
Kids | Memory | Focus
This drill focuses on discipline. Try to trick your students by saying words other than "go" so that they have to listen carefully to know when it is actually time to kick.
Discipline | Kids | Patience | Kicking
Using whatever listening positions are most common at your school, test your students' discipline by calling out each of the poses. The drill is made a bit more difficult by having the students stand on body shields.
Discipline | Focus | Kids