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Getting your Children in Karate

The age at which a child can start practicing karate can vary depending on several factors, such as their physical and emotional development and the specific karate school's requirements. However, generally speaking, children can start learning karate as early as 4 years old.

At this age, children have developed enough coordination and balance to perform basic karate movements, and they are also able to follow instructions and participate in group activities. However, it's important to choose a school that caters to young children, where the training is fun, safe, and age-appropriate.

Before enrolling your child in karate, you should also consider their level of interest and readiness. Some children may be more interested in other activities, and it's essential to respect their choices and preferences. It's also important to talk to the karate instructors and ask about their teaching methods, safety protocols, and expectations for young students to ensure a positive experience for your child.

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