Creative Movement Tumbling
- September 16-October 21, 2021
- November 4-December 16, 2021
This class will infuse games and movement-based activities with songs and stories that will encourage the development of creative thinking, large and fine motor skills, coordination, rhythm, teamwork, and listening skills in your preschool-aged child. We'll use a balance beam and learn basic tumbling skills during the class, all while singing and moving! Each week, we’ll explore the sights, sounds, and movements of a new theme.
Classes take place at our Northwest Y, and rates are $50 per Y member or $85 per non-member.
Northwest Y Program Coordinator
Health & Safety Procedures
Related to Temperature Checks/Health Screenings
All Volunteers and Y Staff: Will complete temperature check and respond to the health screening questions upon arrival.
Youth Participants: Will complete temperature check and guardian of participants will be required to answer the health screening questions at the time of arrival.
Coaches, Spectators, Family Members, All Others:
- Anyone ages 3+ coming into the Y is required to wear a mask.
- All spectators will be required to wear a mask.
- Participants will wear masks when completing skills and fundamental drills when physical exertion is low.
- Participants can removed masks when physical exertion is high.
- Participants will be required to re-mask when the physical exertion required has diminished.
- Participants are encouraged to wear the masks at all times.
Staff and Coaches:
- Staff and coaches are required to wear a mask at all times.
Social Distancing and Spacing
Participants, Coaches, Volunteers, Spectators, and Families:
- The six-foot social distancing guideline must be adhered to.
- Families and spectators must self-monitor in order to make sure they are complying with the six foot social distancing guideline.
- Spectator seating is designated in the lounge outside of the Tumbling Room.
Game Play Protocol:
- No shaking hands.
- Participants will not give physical high fives or other physical positive reinforcement contact with other participants or coaches.
- End of practice or recognition of a skill or behavior done well will be recognized with air high fives or with a positive verbal acknowledgement.
Sanitation and Cleanliness
- The cleaning/disinfecting of equipment will be completed prior to and at the end of all practices.
- Coaches, volunteers, and participants are to wash hands prior to start of the practice.
- We encourage participants to bring a small bottle of hand sanitizer.
- Participants will sanitize his/her hands prior to and post playing in games.
Wellness and Water Bottles:
- Participants are to stay home if not feeling well.
- Participants are encouraged to bring and be responsible for their own water bottle.
*Please note: Policies are subject to change per direction from the Monroe County Health Department or any local mandates.