KIDS TAE KWON-DO
Patterns are various fundamental movements, most of which represent either attack or defence techniques, set to a fixed and logical sequence.
The student systematically deals with several imaginary opponents under various assumptions using every available attacking and blocking tool from different directions. Thus pattern practice enables the student to go through many fundamental movements in series, to develop sparring techniques, improve flexibility of movements, master body shifting, build muscle and breath control, develop fluid and smooth motions, and gain rhythmical movements.
Please note the pattern your child practices matches their current belt. They do not practice the pattern for the belt they are applying for at their next grading.
The patterns for children at various stages of their training are: