Pre-dance II is designed for four-year-old children. These children are usually ready to move out of the containment of the circle for the floor exercises, which are now done in lines spanning the studio floor mirroring the teacher. They are also ready to wait in line for the taking-turns segment, which is now done across the floor. Skipping is an important part of this segment. The introductions in French, gross motor skills around the studio, the short free-form section, jumps, reverence, good-bye song, and applause all remain, but everything is done with a little more attention to detail.Ballet terminology is used in each class, but most movements are done in parallel. Eurhythmics is introduced near the end of class by clapping and counting different rhythms, which will eventually be used with movement during class.
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