Pre-Dance I (age 3)

Pre-dance I is designed for the three-year-olds in the dance studio for the first time. Separation from parents for the duration of the class and learning to work together as a group are the first two goals of this class. The children will be guided through dance classes starting with introductions spoken in French. Gross motor skills will be developed through the warm up around the room and exercises in a circle on the floor for strength and flexibility. Imagination, imagery and acting out songs improve the children’s ability to express themselves. Additionally, there will be a taking-turns segment to help instill class etiquette with prescribed movements in or around the circle and a short free-form time for individual expression including jumps, bows, a good-bye song, and an applause to say “Thank you”.

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2 Responses to Pre-Dance I (age 3)

  1. Lina says:

    I have a 2 years old baby girl (she’ll turn 2 years on Feb25th) and im looking forward to start taking her to the Pre-dance I classes she loves music i want to start introducing her to the wonderful world of ballet… Any suggestions meanwhile???
    Regards and keep the hard work i loved the idea..


    • admin says:

      Dear Lina,
      You are not alone! Due to the high demand we are starting a class for 2 Year Olds — it is a Mommy & Me class. This class is for mom and child and will be perfect for you . Classes are on Saturday mornings at 10 a.m. at Haya Center. The first class will be February 6th and the tuition is only 25 JD for the month. You can register online or call 079-587-1575 for more details. Hope to see you there. Melissa

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