May Is National Water Safety Month: Care To Be Aware

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We want you to enjoy the warm months of Summer. Please use common sense precautions to enjoy our local pools, beaches, and rivers safely.   Kids: Please practice Safety First when having fun near water.  Always swim in designated “safe” areas under the supervision of a lifeguard or a responsible adult! Never swim alone (even […]

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Autism Awareness at Karate World

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On Saturday, April 16, 2016 students at Karate World in Surfside Beach will host a Break-a-Thon Fundraiser for the Champion Autism Network. The event will be held at 1 pm in front of Ripley’s Aquarium at Broadway at the Beach. We will be learning more about Autism in classes throughout March and early April. Autism […]

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Shipping Container Homes for Needful Veterans in the Grand Strand Area

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In my last blog, I promised  to tell you about exactly how the veterans housing development plans to house local veterans in need. Here’s the plan: an entire village will be built out of low cost shipping containers. One of the first times this was done was during Hurricane Katrina relief efforts. This method of […]

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Homeless Veterans Charity Fundraiser

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At 1pm on Saturday, July 25, Karate World of Surfside Beach will be hosting a break-athon charity fundraiser in Valor Park at Market Common to help provide homes for veterans in need. We will be working with  a 501 (c) 3 organization called “Veterans Housing Development ” and the purpose of this article is to […]

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Fire Safety Month at Karate World

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This month we are studying fire safety and prevention at Karate World in Surfside Beach. Students have practiced everything from how to use a fire extinguisher to stop-drop-and roll! In addition, we practiced stay low and go, and discussed how to make an emergency escape plan. Below are some of the key points students focused […]

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Water Safety (Continued)

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In this next water safety segment, we will discuss some tips you can use when at the pool. The area around pool surfaces are almost always wet and therefore slippery, not to mention the fact that they are made of concrete or some other hard material such as wooden decking,etc. It is for this reason […]

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Water Safety Month

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May is National Water Safety Month and we will be discussing common sense precautions that we can take to enjoy our local pools, beaches, and rivers safely. Tip 1: always swim in designated “safe” areas under the supervision of a lifeguard or  a responsible adult! Tip 2: never swim alone (even if there’s a lifeguard),always swim […]

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How to plant a tree!

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This month in class, we have learned the benefits of trees in our environment and the history of Arbor Day.   We will now be discussing how to plant a tree, since that is our project for the month of April.   Step 1 :  select a type of tree that is indigenous to your […]

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The Importance of Trees Part 1: The History of Arbor Day

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In April we are studying the importance of trees in our environment and I thought a good place to start would be with the history of our most important tree planting holiday, Arbor Day. Arbor day is a holiday in which people are encouraged to plant and care for trees. It is celebrated the final […]

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Respect Your Elders: Part 1

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This month at Karate World we will be focusing on the topic of respecting our elders. Students will learn not only why this is important but also how to conduct a courteous interview with a senior. Karate World students will be given a 25 part questionnaire and asked to interview the senior of their choice. […]

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