Here's a vid of some of my kids learning how to commit to shoulder rolls. The emphasis is on balance and agility. I like to teach tumbling exercises.
I also do "washing machine" to teach kasushi, tug o war to teach pull mechanics, sumo to teach push mechanics and peg on go grabs to teach grip placement and speed.
My typical class has 8 kidsbetween 4-9 year old.
I integrate terminology and tradition alongside game play, it's all about education.
I watched the video and every roll you called out a positive comment.
Is this type of feedback based on research as to how to give feedback to children or just your feeling this is the best way?