Chung Do Kids - Christian Tae Kwon Do


The Pre-School and Kindergarten years are the some of the most important of your child’s development. Our Chung Do Kids program is specifically designed for kids ages 4-7.

The Chung Do Kids program helps develop martial art skills that will help keep your child physically, emotionally and spiritually fit.
We focus on teaching the benefits of good behavior, being their best at home, at school and social situations, which makes families and communities better.

Features of Classes

Strength & stamina

Taekwondo helps build young bodies into healthier and fitter kids! Exercise at this age is critical to future development and children that routine exercise now, will continue through out their adult life.

Life Lessons

Swift Current Christian Taekwondo teaches valuable life lessons, not just throwing out buzzwords. We help students realize with the help of their parents, the value of words like: Courtesy, Integrity, Perserverance and Self Control from a Christian world view.

achieving goals

       Goal setting is important to succeed in life. At Swift Current Christian Taekwondo, we help kids set their goals and achieve them! 

What Our Parents say

“Eli loves Tae Kwon Do so much! He has always been someone who, when starting new things is very fearful and if he doesn’t do it perfectly on the first try he gives up and won’t try it again. What I would love to see is for his confidence to keep growing. Also I would like him to stay focused and keep trying to do his best. Thank you for doing what you do and being so great at it! Eli asks every time we leave when we will be going back!”

Happy Parent

. “I have noticed an improvement with Deagan in terms of his confidence and self esteem in the class. You guys are able to demonstrate an positive yet disciplined learning environment for him which is a great balance and helps with his development of respect, self discipline, focus, behaviour etc. Deagan still feels shy at times, especially when attention or laughter is directed at him, so we are trying to work on that as well. He seems to be developing a real love for the sport:)Thanks so much"