Campers outfitted in their camp t-shirt, masks, capes, and gadgets. Besides the t-shirt campers made everything themselves. The had a super week of imaginative play and Taekwondo.
Taekwondo Way's Spring Break Camp in Mukilteo.
Story time at Ninja Camp.
Summer Camp at "Taekwondo Way" in Mukilteo.
Campers painted their own dodgeballs and had a blast all week.
Campers getting ready to race their Superhero-mobiles made from recycled items.
Campers researching their team country for Olympic Games Camp. Taekwondo and judo are the only Martial Art games in the Olympics.
Students tested their balance, flexibility, strength, focus, and self-control at our Survivor Camp.
Camp is a great way to make friends and learn leadership. Older students are paired with younger students during projects. The younger student is helped to finish each project and learns how to show respect. The older student learns how to be a role model and gains confidence.
Creative picture frames and funny pictures to always remember camp. All of our Martial Art camps incorporate creative projects.
Team "China" learned about their country and presented their findings to the whole camp. "Taekwondo Way" camp keeps students learning throughout the summer.
Campers made their own t-shirts for field day.
At action hero camp students painted their own action figures.
Master Ahn teaching campers a traditional Korean game.
Stay active all summer long and make lasting friendships.
Campers building a tower to test out their focus and aim.