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What is Sweet Peas?

Sweet Peas is an educational gymnastics program designed to promote physical, social and cognitive development in children six months to six years old.

What makes us different from other programs?

The Sweet Peas curriculum offers gymnastics training integrated with educational skills such as color recognition, language development, spatial relations, music awareness, and counting. Our students not only develop physical and educational abilities but also learn essential social skills such as listening to instructions, waiting for their turn, and celebrating both personal and peer achievements.

What is the price per month?

If a student is enrolled in classes before we open in September, the pre-registration rate is $40 for Wee Peas, $65 for One Peas & Two Peas, and $79 for Three Peas, Four Peas, Five Peas, & Six Peas.

How long are classes?

Classes range from 30 minutes to 1 hour depending on age. Wee Peas, One Peas & Two Peas are 30 minutes, Three Peas & Four Peas are 45 minutes, and Five & Six  Peas are 1 hour. 

Where is Sweet Peas Fresno located?

Inside the Fresno Athletic & Training Center, across the hall from Jamie’s School of Fish. 4774 N Blackstone Ave, Fresno CA, 93726

Do I need to attend class with my child?

For children under three years old, a parent (or caregiver) must participate in class. For children 3 and up, parents are invited to watch class from the lobby.

Frequently Asked Questions

What should my child wear to class?

Children should wear something comfortable that will be flexible with them as they move like a T-shirts with shorts/leggings. Students can also wear a leotard with or without shorts/leggings.  No socks, shoes, or hard barrettes.

For safety reasons, we discourage jewelry, hooded sweatshirts, jeans or street pants, belts, zippers, and baggy clothing. Long hair should be pulled back. 

What should a parent participant wear to class?

Parents or guardians should wear comfortable athletic clothing. Parents may wear socks. No shoes will be allowed on the carpet.

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