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Ms. Jane

I often get the same question from parents: What can we do at home to help our dancers? The first step is to encourage your children to share what they are learning in dance class by asking them questions in the car on the way home from dance.

You may want to start your conversation with one of these questions:

  • What was your favorite step or move you did in class today? Why did you like it?
  • What new vocabulary word did you learn today?
  • Did you make a new friend at dance today?
  • What is your favorite song to dance to?
  • Did you do something particularly well today? How did that make you feel?
  • What was your favorite part of class, and why?
  • If you could be the teacher, what would you do?

Your dancers will undoubtedly appreciate your interest in their activity. Of course, children also love any opportunity to show off their best moves, teach their parents new dance steps, create their own choreography, or put on their own mini-performances. By having conversations after class and encouraging these activities, you will be reinforcing the material that your children’s dance teachers are providing in class.

We at DAU are so grateful to be sharing our love of dance with your family, and we look forward to an amazing 2016 with your dancers!

Happy Holidays!
Ms. Jane

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