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Karate For Kids

Author : Robin L. Rielly
ISBN : 9781462908134
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 56.89 MB
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A fun and accessible introduction to studying karate—designed specifically with the interests and capabilities of young martial artists in mind. First time martial arts students are not just starting a program of physical and mental practice. They are entering a new world—one that not only has new rules, new goals, and even new clothing—but that also offers them lots of new opportunities for fun and accomplishment. Karate for Kids will help prepare kids to start learning about karate and help them practice at home. It includes thorough introductions to the history and philosophy of the techniques, what to expect in the first few classes, how to warm up and practice, and advice on setting goals. With over 75 full-color illustrations, including 40 clearly diagrammed karate exercises, along with lots of fun facts and informative sidebars written in kid-friendly jargon-free language, this is the perfect introduction for the younger martial artist.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Karate For Kids And For Mom And Dad Too

Author : Vincent A. Cruz
ISBN : 9781475958829
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 35.3 MB
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Karate is a growing phenomenon in the United States and internationally, and adults as well as children of all ages have discovered this Japanese martial art. In Karate for Kids, author Vincent A. Cruz presents a discussion of the essential physical and philosophical elements of traditional karate and provides clear and purposeful instruction for the young practitioner. Cruz, an experienced teacher of karate, offers an introduction to traditional karate and shows that is an exciting, healthful, physical art that develops the body and mind and is an effective form of self-defense. In this guide, he defines the concept of karate; discusses the history of the martial art; explains its physical, mental, and spiritual principles and philosophies; and describes and illustrates essential punching, blocking, and kicking techniques. Geared toward young adults as well as parents, Karate for Kids offers a complete guide to traditional karate using easy-to-follow instructions, caricatures, and diagrams. Cruz communicates how young people can develop a sense of worth through traditional karate and how karate can help youth to master life with an inner respectability.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Karate For Kids

Author : J. Allen Queen
ISBN : 0806906154
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 50.6 MB
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Uses illustrations and simple text to explain the basics involved in karate, describing blocks, kicks, stances, and other karate protocol
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Kids Karate Workbook

Author : Didi Goodman
ISBN : 9781583942338
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 23.79 MB
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"A take-home workbook for young students of Karate and Taekwondo, complete with puzzles, tests, and training exercises to do alone or with a friend"--Provided by publisher.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Adventure Stories Of Karate Kids

Author : Dreamland Team
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
File Size : 53.29 MB
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Karate is a martial art. It is well known as an outstanding martial art using punching, kicking, knee and elbow strikes, and open-handed techniques such as knife-hands. In this art, Grappling, locks, restraints, throws, and vital point strikes are taught in some special styles. Adventure Stories of Karate Kids under the series Real Kids Reading Adventure presents the adventure stories related to some of the most common incidences that one encounters during training. These have been aptly supported by beautiful multicolored illustrations. The reader will definitely like to incorporate it in his/her personal collection of books!
Category: Young Adult Fiction

Kid S Karate Activity Book

Author : George Avalon
ISBN : 9781326009007
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 78.96 MB
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An ideal book for kids aged 5 to 12 just starting Karate, or for those interested in starting. While this kid's Karate book covers the things most other books do (how to punch, kick, and block), this book aims to allow kids to step inside the Karate tradition- to understand the essence of Karate. To engage kids minds it is a Karate activity book. It starts by teaches kids about the Karate tradition: about the Samurai, Okinawa, and Buddhism. It then draws upon the Karate tradition to answer moral questions such as when is it right to use Karate, and about the the 'Spirit of Karate'. The book then prepares kids for their Karate journey. It introduces bowing, what Karate kids wear; the Karate belt system; and points out the pitfalls they may face when they take up Karate. It is only after these things are covered that the book turns to the Karate techniques themselves. It introduces the basic punches, kicks, and blocks. This leads the way about how to learn Kata. The book ends with a parent's guide.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Karate Kid

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ISBN : 9781683690931
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 45.30 MB
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Wax on, wax off! The classic movie about a boy and his karate teacher is now a fun picture book for the whole family! When The Karate Kid appeared in theaters in 1984, its heartwarming story of an unlikely friendship between a bullied boy and the Japanese maintenance man in his new apartment building became an instant classic. Now the beloved film is reimagined as a cute and colorful picture book, with charming illustrations by Kim Smith. When young Daniel is targeted by students from the Cobra Kai dojo, his neighbor Mr. Miyagi agrees to train him for the upcoming karate tournament. But why is Mr. Miyagi making Daniel wax his cars, sand his deck, and paint his house? Will Daniel ever master the art of karate? This timeless story of overcoming the odds will delight kids, their parents, and anyone who has ever had that one special teacher.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Karate For Kids

Author : Vince Morris
ISBN : 0091949955
Genre : Karate
File Size : 53.71 MB
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This is a karate book aimed specifically at children. It is all too easy to permanently damage a young person's body by trying to make him or her train in the same way as an adult. This book, aimed at the 10-14 year age group, shows how children can train and learn safely and successfully, on their own terms and at their own speed. As well as covering all the moves, blocks, kicks and punches, the book answers questions about the history and traditions of karate, the grading system, what to wear and diet. Aspects of the sport such as self-defence, sportsmanship and the control of fear are included, as well as advice on rules and competitions. This book should help every junior karate fan to form good and lasting habits to take him into adulthood.
Category: Karate

Karate Your First Steps

Author : Michael John Williams
ISBN : 9781291554748
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 30.72 MB
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Karate is a striking art using punching, kicking, knee strikes, elbow strikes and open hand techniques such as knife-hands, spear-hands, and palm-heel strikes. In some styles, grappling, throws, joint locks, restraints, and vital point strikes are also taught. This publication will give you a brief outline of the founding fathers of Karate and a clearer understanding as to what to expect at the gymn/dojo.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Teaching Kids To Love Learning Not Just Endure It

Author : Michael Connolly
ISBN : 9781607099598
Genre : Education
File Size : 47.69 MB
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With so much emphasis these days on making students globally competitive and prepared to beat students of other nations on international assessments, and with so much talk about academic rigor and emphasis on rigid accountability measures, we are in danger of losing sight of the most fundamental element of successful teaching and learning — love. Teaching Students to Love Learning, Not Just Endure It makes the case that if we really want 'no child left behind' we must return to the solid foundation on which successful teaching and learning has always rested — the love of teacher for her students (and they for her) and the passion of the teacher for her discipline and her desire to share that passion with her students.
Category: Education