Has your young child recently started a music and dance class? Most little ones respond to the sound of music with joy and enthusiasm. Moving to music is a great way for young children to develop an awareness of dance and an appreciation for music.
In this article we have outlined a few things for you, to help your child to understand dance class etiquette. These are not only for dance class, some of these are what we as adults now know as common sense and part of the rules for growing up.
Itsy Bitsy Ballerinas is designed to teach the absolute foundation of Ballet. Co-ordination, imagination, focus and movement. These foundation skills are all taught through short fun activities one little baby step at a time.
Ballet class can be a very beneficial after school activity for a child. It is great exercise and a great social activity. It helps them academically and creatively. But there are several questions that swarm around the idea of young children taking ballet lessons. Here are our top six things you should consider before choosing a ballet school.
Between the blisters, bunions, pulled muscles and cracked toenails, Ballet teaches so much more than dance routines and positions.
FROM A DANCE PARENT: A friend of mine once asked me "Why do you spend so much time, money and effort on dance classes?" I responded quite easily with: I don't pay for dance lessons, shoes, uniforms or costumes.