Preschool Gymnastics Program


Sweet Peas Educational Gymnastics

Preschool is a critical age for brain development. Sweet Peas is a research-based educational gymnastics program for little ones, ages six months through kindergarten. The curriculum is centered around developmentally appropriate training on the beam, bars, floor, and vault. Sweet Peas classes are instructional in nature, with stated skills, learning outcomes, and objectives. Students are put into classes according to their ages.

All Preschool Programs are $98.00 a month for one hour a week.

Wee Peas (6-12 months)

Wee Peas provides our littlest scooters with active learning activities that focus on whole baby development. Wee Peas are given opportunities to move, reach, and grasp in a baby safe environment that is rich with color, sound and tactile experiences. Wee Peas enjoy activities that promote visual tracking, core strength and balance needed for sitting and standing. The Wee Pea curriculum includes activities that promote grip strength and hand coordination in grasping and releasing objects. Objectives include activities that promote crossing the midline and bilateral awareness needed for crawling and walking.Wee Peas work on spatial awareness and positional comfort through gentle, developmentally appropriate rolling and inversion exercises.


One Peas

One Peas are ready to move! The One Peas’ curriculum is designed to provide enriching activities in a safe and fun environment. One Peas learn self-awareness and physical adaptation through developmentally appropriate gymnastics activities such as stepping, rolling, balancing, sliding, and swinging.


Two Peas

Two Peas is designed to capitalize on the rapidly improving physical, cognitive, and language development of two-year-olds. Two Peas provides large motor skill and gross motor skill development with whole-body activities in developmentally appropriate circuits. As part of the curriculum, students learn to run with developing synchronization: step, hold and balance on alternate feet; roll forward, sideways, and backward on a wedge with a spot; and transfer weight from feet to hands and back.


Three Peas

Three Peas are gaining increased motor development, eye hand coordination and fine motor skills. The Three Peas curriculum is designed to provide skill development on floor, beam, bars and vault. Three Peas work on forward rolls, straddle rolls, and cartwheels. They increase their balance with beam work that includes alternating forward kicks, squat holds, relevé walks and beam crawls. Three Peas develop core strength by learning to draw to a tuck from a straight hang on the bars and execute forward rolls over the bar. Their vault skills include punching the board with both feet, a squat on to a block and donkey kicks.


Four Peas

Four year olds are on the go! Four Peas can run, hop, climb and throw a ball. Their increasing coordination makes them faster and more deliberate. Their increasing strength makes them able to perform many new gymnastics skills. Their cognitive development is growing by leaps and bounds and they are able to interpret and remember learning objectives. Four Peas work on forward rolls, straddle rolls, and backward rolls on both an incline mat and on the floor. They are practicing straighter legs and longer holds in the execution of their skills. Four Peas are developing balance with skills on beam such as straight jumps, alternating kick passé sequences and Four Pea arabesques.


Five/Six Peas

Five and six year olds are ready to test their skills and do it all! They have the physical, cognitive and developmental abilities to do great things! They are refining their technique with focus on form and lines. The Five/Six Peas curriculum includes bridges, handstands, L-handstands, and stronger execution of rolls, along with cartwheels, and six-legged tables. They can hold their relevés and arabesques on a beam, work on a jump to front support, 3 second V-sit hold, level to a T position and more. Five/Six Peas are mastering the vault runway with sequenced runs, punching the board with two feet and their vaults now include stretch jumps, squats on the block, forward rolls, focus on hollow body shaping, handstands, tucks, and straddles.They train on windows on bars as well as L-hang and flexed arm hangs with a 5 second hold. Five/Six Peas are developing the core strength needed to hold tucks, straddles and pikes on bars as well as work on window pikes and straddles, casts from front supports, forward rolls to flexed arm hangs, pullovers and back hip circles.