Action ATA Jonesboro

A lifetime of leadership and success begins with Karate for Kids.

Karate for Kids will help your child develop essential skills that they can apply to all areas of life.


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7-12 Yrs

Karate for Kids

Karate for Kids at Action ATA Jonesboro in Jonesboro

ATA Karate For Kids is a specialized program created exclusively for children. The foundation of the martial arts ATA curriculum is the ongoing ATA review and development of life-skills such as positive mental attitude, high goal-setting, perseverance, self-control and confidence.

Karate For Kids training is designed to be fun and fulfilling for each student. This is because Taekwondo is an individual activity rather than a team sport. Therefore every student is an active and valuable participant in class. They work out with kids their own age and size under well-supervised conditions, and progress at their own pace.

Through personal growth and achievement, students advance with a martial arts belt rank but are also acknowledged for outstanding performance in martial arts class, school, home, special events, or in tournament competition.

In addition to monthly themes, our system includes the unique victory patch. Four different colored Victory Patches are available to accommodate all the stars that can be earned by a high achieving Karate Kid:

Blue 0-24 Stars
Silver 25-49 Stars
Gold 50-99 Stars
Blue/Gold 100+ Stars

Kids are rewarded special "Victory Stars." These different colored stars are rewarded for outstanding performance in karate class, school, home or at a tournament competition. Kids may receive the following stars for the following deeds:

Gold Straight A’s, honor roll, or significant improvement
Silver Special performance awards
Blue Monthly themes, weekly lessons, classroom performance
Red Tournament participation

You can start your martial arts journey today!

"Master Gonzalez is the greatest instructor. My daughter started Taekwondo a little over 4 years ago. Recently she wrote an essay about her everyday hero, Master Gonzalez. She writes, “Master Gonzalez encourages kids, helps us out all the time, and teaches us to have a better and more positive attitude. The most important thing is he is always so happy to see the kids no matter how his day has been.” Not only does he teach his students, he also nurtures them as one of his own."