My sons take a karate class for kids ages 3-5. Every class, of course, some kids goof around, bother each other, etc. The thing is, there are 2-3 teachers and about 9 kids. The teachers rarely notice some kids goofing around and don't discipline them or tell them to stop and pay attention. I've seen parents shout from the viewing area or run on to the mat to control their child. I'm not sure that its the parents' job to keep control of the child while they are in a class being taught by 3 other adults. What do you think? If its my child, should I intervene or wait for the teacher to step in and keep control of their class?
Talk to you kid before you get there, reiterate the rules on how he/she should behave and I do think the instructors should intervene on the mat that's why you have them their to learn disciple and control. My daughters instructor would have had a cow if I went on the mat during training
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