Classes for Ages 4-6

FAIRY TALE BALLET

Once Upon A Ballet™ DANCE CURRICULUM

In Fairy Tale Ballet, children learn their first dance steps through fairy tales and classical ballet stories. But what, exactly, does this mean? When children come to ballet class, their dance activities take them through a fairy tale story, allowing them to be part of the fairy tale.

Many childhood care facilities and schools teach theme-based curriculums in their classrooms. One week it’s farm animals, the next week it’s food, after that it’s automobiles. In our Once Upon A Ballet lesson plans, it’s fairytales. We use fairy tale stories young children are familiar with and already love as we teach them something unfamiliar: ballet. Teaching dance through fairy tales makes it more accessible for kids, enabling them to be more successful in learning new steps while, most importantly, making new friends and having fun.

This class is offered in our Learn to Dance Program which is 6, 8, and 12 Week Sessions. This class is also offered in our Recreational Program (37 weeks) which has a performance in the year end show.


TINY TAPPERS

Our Tiny Tappers classes focus on the basics of tap dance. The kids will learn basic skills associated with tap, learn little routines, as well as dance along to their favourite songs.

It’s so much fun making music with our feet!

This class is offered in our Learn to Dance Program which is 6, 8, and 12 Week Sessions. This class is also offered in our Recreational Program (37 weeks) which has a performance in the year end show.


COMBO CLASSES

Our wiggles & giggles classes (formerly Pre Dance) focus on the basics of dance and incorporate the ADTA Kinder Acro Syllabus. The kids work basic motor skills associated with dance, learn little acro tricks, as well as sing and dance to their favorite songs.

This class is not parent assisted. Dancers will have fun with their friends on their own 🙂

This class is offered in our Recreational Program (37 weeks) and will have a performance in the year end show!

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