Preschool

Gymnastics is one of the only activities a child can begin when he or she learns to walk. Our program focuses on the development of motor skills, social skills, and gymnastics skills. Our preschool equipment is scaled to fit the younger kid's smaller hands and bodies, allowing them to do gymnastics just like the older kids. Circuits and stations allow for continuous activity during classes, and our in-ground trampolines provide a safer environment for these younger jumpers.

Tiny Stars

The toddler "Tiny Stars" gymnastics classes at Nova Gymnastics allow parents and toddlers to attend classes, learn and play together. It is the first form of organized activity in which your child can participate.The Tiny Stars program is for ages 15 months to 36 months and is a parent participation class.

Activities in Nova's Tiny Stars classes include:

 Basic gymnastics and listening skills taught through circuit training
 Circle time
 Apparatus circuit
 Floor/Tumbling circuit
 Problem solving and group games
 Development of motor and socialization skills


Shooting Stars

When your child turns three years old, he or she will advance to the Preschool "Shooting Stars" gymnastics classes. At this age, social skills of sharing, helping others, and listening politely are as important to learn as gymnastics skills. These classes cater to the children's need for social development as well as movement education. The Shooting Stars program consists of two levels and is for ages 3-4 years old. Preschool students are taught basic gymnastics skills.

Activities in Nova's Shooting Stars classes include:

 Rolling, swinging, jumping, balancing
 Body positions instilled through repetition
 These positions include straight, tuck, straddle, and pike
 Backward rolls, handstands, and cartwheels
 Problem solving and creative thinking