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Children aged between 3 and 7 Years old discover the world, their body and their abilities. At this age, children psychomotor stimulation is very important. Through judo children can experience new and different movements; Improve motor coordination; They are able to have a better body mastery and to perform movements and manage to broaden his motor skills with these experiences.

The possibility of knowing new movements, improving coordination and developing the physical domain, has a direct influence with school learning. Generally, children with good body control, good motor image and who explore their corporal abilities, improve their self-esteem, self-confidence and consequently reflects positively on school performance.

The pre-school age group, which can reach the age of 7, is the age at which the children are most apt to receive and assimilate stimuli, both motor and intellectual. That is why children who have positive stimulation at this age, quite possibly, will be adults with better motor development, dynamic and sociable. In addition, Judo can interfere with the children's character, as this kind of art has its philosophy focused on a physical, mental and social well-being.

Judo also helps children who are extremely shy and have difficulty in socializing. Despite being an individual modality, Judo prioritizes group work, friendship and discipline.


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