Dance Expressions- (ages 3-5) Thursday
Teacher: Ms. Theresa
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Virtual Back-Up Link
Thursdays: 4:15-4:45 STUDIO C
Meeting ID: 817 8593 1972
STUDENTS WILL NEED A ‘SUNSHINE’ FOR OUR DANCE. Basically, this is a cardboard or pizza size circle. (12″ in diameter) You CAN use a frozen pizza circle if it’s in good condition! You may decorate your sunshine however you would like. 🙂 This will be used for practice, collected after each class, kept at the studio, and used in the recital. Feel free to use colors (crayons, paints, etc.), tissue paper, stickers, or any material that interests your child. I just ask that you please make sure it is secure and not falling off the board. (i.e. please no glitter!) 🙂 If you need a pizza circle, just let me know. I have some extra.
Here is an example of one my son did. Basic, yes, but he went back to it once less distracted. Now it’s filled with pipe cleaners, eye balls, and beads, and yellow yarn for the ‘sun-rays’. LOL
Parents: Here is our latest video. I always have the kids use their/ or go RIGHT first and then LEFT so that it helps them with their right and left motions and directions. My student assistant is in this video and got a little mixed up. 😉 It happens! When practicing at home though, please instruct your child to go to the right first, and then left. Even when pointing on the “you’ll never know dear… how much I love you…” and the ‘no-no’s’. We go to the right first. When I FACE the kids, I dance everything opposite in case they are watching me and copying me. They should still always use their right first. (Yet still reinforce the RIGHT and LEFT while I’m backwards from them – like giving them the verbal cues with the music on.)