Tumbleweeds

Tumbleweeds

Tumbling, Bouncing, Somersaults and More Start at the PAC

Tumbleweeds is a unique program with a specialized curriculum that benefits your child’s social, physical and psychological health. The program provides a solid foundation of physical literacy and cognitive tools to promote an active lifestyle as children mature.

Children will have a great time progressing through friendly and non-competitive classes designed to provide increased skill development, allowing kids to have fun while working at their own pace.

Tumbleweeds is divided into three primary categories, beginning with parent/child classes for infants and toddlers, pre-k level classes for kids ages three to four, and progressing into increasingly advanced movement skills for children ages four to five.

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.

Teeny Weeds

Parent and child classes for children ages 18 months to 3 years

The parent and tot classes encourage parents to learn and play with their children. Parents participate with their child in structured play.

Tiny Weeds

Children ages 3 – 4

Tiny Weeds provides an introduction to the major movement patterns of gymnastics: swings, balances, locomotions, rotations and landings. Children develop a new and better understanding of their body’s relationship to the world around them.

Mini Weeds

Children ages 4 - 5

While remembering that these children are motivated by fun, we use a series of progressions to teach them exciting movements.

All classes are 50 minutes in length and the instructor to child ratio never exceeds six to one.

Location: College of Kinesiology Physical Activity Complex.

The program takes place in the Tumbleweeds facility, which is a 5000 sq ft. multipurpose room that includes a gymnastics floor, beams, mats, ropes, rings, apparatus and more. This fun, friendly environment offers something for all levels.


Contact Maps Search

University of Saskatchewan