Toddlers (Ages 2.5-5)

Dear parents:

If you want to know more about the benefits parents in the Brockton, Stoughton, Bridgewater, and Easton area are seeing in their children just fill out the form on the right.


Our Toddlers have a class structure designed to teach them important life skills like coordination, concentration, and patience in a fun and positive setting.  We have an open schedule so you can sign up at any time and are free to bring your child in as often as you like.

Picture from a recent toddler lesson at the Easton Martial Arts Center.Our Toddlers Program has a detailed curriculum that focuses on improving preschool aged children’s basic motor and listening skills.  These skills will help them enter society with a more confident and enthusiastic outlook.  They will become better students at school, better listeners at home and more ambitious towards the future.  We believe the time between the ages of 2 and 6 are the most important years of a child’s development.  Our program will enhance positive developments in a fun and motivating way and introduce your child to basic martial arts skills that they can continue to develop in our Children’s Program.

But don’t just take our word for it, this is what other parents have said about the Easton Martial Arts Center:

“A terrific school – My 4 year old son has been going to classes for a few months now. Vince exceeded my expectations in his way with the children. He is extremely patient but also knows how to encourage them to improve. It has been a fun and positive experience for my son.”

“My son recently enrolled in the children’s little ninja classes and has loved it from the start. Vince has a way with children that allows them to have fun as well as learn self control and practice listening skills through a variety of defense games and techniques. Everyday my son asks if he has karate that day, and with the school’s convenient class schedule, the answer is generally yes, for which he does his happy dance! We love the school and highly recommend it to new students!”