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    Default Anyone's kids do Karate or tae kwon do?

    Do they enjoy it? Any cons to it? How much do you pay?

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    My ds is 5 and does karate one night a week. He absolutely loves it! We pay $95/term.

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    My 9 year old DS does taekwando once a week. A month costs $70 and the yearly fees are $180 I think. He doesn't do any other out of school activities apart from taekwando.

    The only other fees are uniforms when needed and when he does testing to move onto the next belt.

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    Omg how cheap ladies! Im currently paying $225 per term for gymnastics

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    Quote Originally Posted by Myztiks#1Fan View Post
    My 9 year old DS does taekwando once a week. A month costs $70 and the yearly fees are $180 I think. He doesn't do any other out of school activities apart from taekwando.

    The only other fees are uniforms when needed and when he does testing to move onto the next belt.
    Yes, I forgot to add it was $50 for the uniform and $50 for grading.

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    Yes, my DS enjoys it. It's twice a week, $5 a session, pay as you go. Another one near us was $70 a month, 1 session a week

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    Karate twice a week ($24 a week) and uniform around $50.
    You won't need the accessories straight away (eg gloves), they come later down the track as they progress through belts.

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    Following for my DS1

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    Both my kids do Karate and it costs $9 per session. DS goes twice a week and DD once and it costs me less than DD's ballet - one class per week.

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    has anyone seen any changes regarding confidence or strength?


 

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