Fitness 4 Tykes 

Our program introduces and focuses on developing critical motor skills to prepare children for the fundamental principles that lay ahead. Through informative drills, fun games, and positive reinforcement, your child will begin to experience the joy of participating in structured physical activity as well as being in an active social environment. Classes will have a coach to child ratio of 1:10 (age 3) and 1:15 (ages 4-5) to ensure that each youngster gets plenty of attention and instruction to help build a solid foundation for the road ahead.


  • Improve gross and fine motor skills
  • Improve hand/eye coordination
  • Improve fitness and agility
  • Improve mental and physical strength
  • Introduce a variety of activities, games, & sports related activities to cater to multiple aspects of interests

Fitness 4 Tykes uses a fun yet effective approach to teach the fundamentals of gross and fine motor skills. Our belief is that our coaches must not only explain the “HOW?” but preach the “WHY?” to give our students a better understanding of what they are learning. Fitness 4 Tykes is divided into 2 stages based on age level: Our sessions last 45 minutes and are given twice per week for 4 weeks. Classes are continued on a month to month basis.

At Fitness 4 Tykes, we always promote good sportsmanship whether it be in victory or defeat. With backgrounds in Physical Education and Early Childhood Education as well as certifications in physical training, our coaches realize how fortunate they are to do what they are passionate about on a daily basis and understand our position as role models to these children.

Parents are more than welcome to participate with their children!

Class Days and Times

Every Saturday @ 9:00 AM for all ages (3-5) at Katy Sports and Fitness. Groups will be split upon age.

26440 FM 1093 Suite C. Richmond, TX 77406

Below are videos and pictures when I worked at The ISchool, a preschool in the Katy, TX area. Located directly in front of the facility.

At the I school we know how much working on gross motor skills can help a child gain strength and confidence in his/her body. It also helps them get exercise and physical activity, which is important for a healthy lifestyle. Check out the fun fitness stations Mr. Trey created for Kid Builders with our Owl class today!

Posted by The I School - A preschool where every child matters. on Thursday, February 23, 2017