The Building Blocks That Will Lead to a Lifetime of Success – Start at the PAC

Developmental Gymnastics is the basis of the Tumbleweeds motor skill development program. It helps children ages 18 months through 5 years build physical, mental, and social skills that will lead to a lifetime of success. Kids have a great time progressing through friendly and non-competitive classes designed to provide increased skill development as they mature. Tumbleweed classes allow kids to have fun while focusing on achievement at their own pace.

Our trained instructors are sensitive to children’s individual abilities and personalities as they help guide you and your child through the various levels of the program. Kids can enter the program at any age and begin building the skills and self-esteem that will help them be successful now, and in the future.


Teeny Weeds – Parent and child classes for ages 1 ½ to 3 years of age

The parent and tot classes will encourage parents to learn and play with their children. A fun experience for parents to participate with their child and provide some structure to play.

Tiny Weeds – Children aged 3 – 4

An introduction to the major movement patterns of gymnastics; springs, swings, balance, locomotion’s and rotations. Children will develop a new and better understanding of their bodies relationship to the world around them.

Mini Weeds – Children aged 4 - 5

While remembering that these children are motivated by FUN we use a series of progressions to teach them some exciting movements – cartwheels, handstands and much, much more!

All classes will be 45 minutes in length and the instructor to student ratio will never exceed 6:1

The Tumbleweed program will take place in the College of Kinesiology Physical Activity Complex.

The Tumbleweeds facility is a 5000 sq. ft. multipurpose room that includes a spring floor, beams, mats, ropes, rings, apparatus and more. It is a fun, friendly environment that offers something for everyone and all levels.

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