BAC celebrated the sunshine in every child on Children’s Day with fun tumbling at BearyFun Gym, a leading kid-friendly gym. Specially for the BAC kids, we had the trainers to help them build their endurance and develop their gross motor skills, spatial awareness and agility while they have fun.
The PG and N1 children were not afraid to crawl through the tunnel. One after another, they followed their friends to the end of the tunnel and got ready to jump along the long trampoline as high as they could. Look at the broad smiles on their faces. They certainly enjoyed bouncing away in a carefree manner. They strived to stay on the track and jump forward to reach the end. Then, they pushed themselves over the various 3D obstacles to get back to the starting point.
Then came the N2 children. They listened and followed instructions, taking turns to make their way orderly to climb the wedges, and at the same time, master the loco-motor movements. It was indeed not an easy job to move along the inclination but they did it. Comically, they tumbled down the last wedge to reward their hard work.
The older children took up the challenge to go across the suspension bridge. They had to watch their steps carefully, co-ordinate their hands and legs and balance while walking on the wobbly path. Despite the difficulties, the children were willing to take the risk to overcome the hurdles and pull themselves up when they missed a step. The great ‘I can do it!’ spirit just pushed them on.
The K2 children go, go, go! They attempted the rock climbing. When they were at the top, they loved what was ahead of them. Get ready, jump! The K2 children spread their arms apart, jumped into the ‘pool’ and landed nicely on the safety mat. They eagerly wanted more and kept going. The more they worked on it, the more agile they were.
To reward the healthy and positive BAC kids, the trainer high-fived, cheered aloud and gave big stickers to everyone. You should have seen their proud faces, beaming as bright as the sunshine. Our BAC tumblers will definitely emerge as happier, healthier and better prepared young adults.