Fall Classes for 3-4 Year olds

3-4 year olds

Broadway Babies Tues. 12:15-1:00

Predance Tues. 4:45-5:30

Predance Thurs 12:30-1:15

Predance Fri 9:30-10:15

Predance Sat. 9:15-10:00

Ages are as of December 31

4 year olds

Broadway Babies Tues. 12:15-1:00

Ballet/Tap I Thurs. 2:15-3:00

Ballet/Tap I Fri. 10:15-11:00

Ballet/Tap l Sat 9:30-10:15

Ballet/Tap l Sat 10:15-11:00

Pre-Dance: This is a class where students develop fine and gross motor skills, use their imagination and creativity, learn how to line up, wait their turn and other social skills that compliment pre-school curriculum. Classes start out in a circle where we warm up our bodies and create a communal connection. As we make our way to a shape on the floor, we introduce ballet terminology and technique. Stretching on the floor is typically next where we ask the dancers to speak independently and voice their creative imaginations. We review left and right, work on numbers and counting (even introduce different languages) all while encouraging proper placement. If time allows, we will go across the floor and work on our gross motor skills and ballet steps. Jumping, hopping - both feet and on one foot, galloping front and to the side, skipping and doing "jetes" over our dots. Class usually ends with dance games reinforcing eye hand coordination and motor skills or an obstacle course. 

Broadway Babies: This is a class where we combine the physicality of our pre-dance curriculum and introduce singing. Students will develop fine and gross motor skills, use their imagination and creativity, learn how to line up, wait their turn and other social skills that compliment pre-school curriculum. Classes start out in a circle where we warm up our bodies and create a communal connection. As we make our way to a shape on the floor, we introduce ballet terminology and technique. Stretching on the floor is typically next where we ask the dancers to speak independently and voice their creative imaginations. We review left and right, work on numbers and counting (even introduce different languages) all while encouraging proper placement. If time allows, we will go across the floor and work on our gross motor skills and ballet steps. Jumping, hopping - both feet and on one foot, galloping front and to the side, skipping and doing "jetes" over our dots. Class usually ends with dance games reinforcing eye hand coordination and motor skills or an obstacle course. 

Ballet/Tap I: This class begins as our pre-dance class does where students develop fine and gross motor skills, use their imagination and creativity, learn how to line up, wait their turn and other social skills that compliment pre-school curriculum. Classes start out in a circle where we warm up our bodies and create a communal connection. As we make our way to a shape on the floor, we introduce ballet terminology and technique. Stretching on the floor is typically next where we ask the dancers to speak independently and voice their creative imaginations. We review left and right, work on numbers and counting (even introduce different languages) all while encouraging proper placement. If time allows, we will go across the floor and work on our gross motor skills and ballet steps. Jumping, hopping - both feet and on one foot, galloping front and to the side, skipping and doing "jetes" over our dots. The ballet portion of class usually ends with dance games reinforcing eye hand coordination and motor skills or an obstacle course. We will then introduce tap dance for the last 15 minutes of class. We work on heel drops, toe drops, toe knocks, heel toe walks, shuffles and heel stands. The recital routine for this class will be tap. 

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