School Visits/Field Trips to All Star
Reward your students for working hard, make it a class goal or a team building day, by planning a super fun and healthy gymnastics field trip! In doing so, you will be helping expose children to physical activities that are good for their health, help improve focus, provide challenge and encourage an active lifestyle.
Why Book a Gymnastics Field Trip?
According to the guidelines set out in Canada’s Physical Activity Guide for Children and Youth, 91% do not meet the 90min recommendation of moderate to vigorous physical activity. It has been replaced with increased screen time, which increases body mass and results in decreased concentration, memory and levels of academic performance. Yes! Gymnastics can help your students do better in school! Set up gymnastics field trip to All Star today!
A class trip to the gym for this age group will focus on listening, following instructions, basic gymnastics movements while incorporating music and fun circuits into the warmup and events. Lessons are taught primarily in the themed Gym Jungle, designed specifically for little people. Participants will be very active, learn safety rules, become familiar with basic gymnastics and trampoline positions and terminology and have fun!
Length of Class: 1 hour
Cost per Student: $8.00 per child (+ hst)
Grades 1-4 (6-10yrs) & Grades 5-8 (11-13yrs)
Students will learn names of the Men’s and Women’s gymnastics events, safety rules, play gymnastics related games and be taught some basic gymnastics positions and skills. We generally will focus on 2-3 different themes such as landings, static skills, conditioning, balance, locomotion, etc., in order to engage the students and make the most of their visit.
Length of Class: 1.5 hrs
Cost per Student: $10.00 per child (+ hst)
Minimum # Required for Visit: 16 students
Minimum # Required for a FREE Bus! 48 (inquire about busing options)
How to Book a Gymnastics Field Trip
Simply contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org with the ages, number of students, the month and dates in mind and leave the rest to us!
Did You Know?
Over half of Canada’s children and youth are not active enough for healthy growth and development. Children need to learn that physical activity is fun! It does not matter what their level of ability is and does not need to be competitive. Working on personal goals and improving their own fitness level is the key to successfully incorporating physical activity into the lives of every child. Public Health Agency of Canada