What Are Students Learning in a Dance Daze® Dance With Me Class?

Dance Daze® Dance With Me is one of the new classes that we are offering at Dance Daze, Inc. studio-based classes! This class is designed for our youngest dancers (ages 18 months to 3 years) who are seeking a fun, high-energy, music-filled introduction to dance and movement. The idea for Dance Daze® Dance With Me grew out of observing students in Dance Daze® Creative Movement who strongly wanted their parents or caregivers to explore their dance class with them and join in on the fun.

Parents who bring their children to Dance Daze® Dance With Me can expect to experience the elements of movement and dance composition in a fun class that is guided by upbeat, kid-friendly music.

We will glide, slide, twirl, bend, bounce, and groove using props such as plush flowers, stuffed animals, scarves, ribbons, balance beams, wands, wings, and so much more!

If you think your child would enjoy a Dance Daze® Dance With Me class, sign them up today at DanceDaze.org.

One response to “What Are Students Learning in a Dance Daze® Dance With Me Class?”

  1. […] Saumirah McWoodson, dance educator, researcher, podcaster, blogger, former classroom teacher, and the founder of Dance Daze, Inc. and Dance Daze in Schools, has been developing the Dance Daze® Creative Movement curriculum for over 10 years. Often the most popular studio-based class that is offered by Dance Daze, Inc. in each seasonal session, this is a great introduction to dance for children between the ages of 2 and 4 years who are ready to explore a structured, high-energy class and to move and grove while their parents watch from the sidelines. (For children who prefer dancing with their parents, we recommend Dance Daze® Dance With Me.) […]

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