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Homeschool, Daytime & Evening 
Dance Classes

The Dance Studio is a special and magical place for the young dancer. Our directors and many members of our faculty are licensed Early Childhood professionals. We make our young dancers feel like the stars they are. Please visit our classes page to learn more about the classes in our program. Below is a list of Early Childhood classes and classes for the young dancer.

Toddler dance and play - 18months-36 months

Pre-dance - for ages 3-5 

Ballet Fairytales - ages 4-6

Combo (Ballet/Jazz/Tap, etc) classes - ages 5-7   

Jr Classes - ages 6-9 

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18 Months - 36 Months

Let your toddler experience the joy of interacting with others in a fun learning environment. This class is geared for 2 year olds that would enjoy playing and dancing with peers of their own age.

Toddler Dance & Play is a toddlers first experience in a dance class. We make it fun and exciting filled with music, movement and activities. This class is designed to be our littlest dancers first experience with dance. Allowing them to explore and learn in a comfortable environment that is understanding of a toddlers attention span. Short interactive learn moments, allow for the toddlers to dance and learn while allowing them the freedom to be themselves.   

Parents/caregivers are welcome to join or older toddlers can come in to class on their own. 
and encouraging self esteem.

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To some, these are just numbers, and to others, these numbers mean dance. From hip hop to ballroom, all forms of dance play an important role in developing physical literacy. But, can dance teach more than agility, balance, and coordination? According to an article in The Atlantic, some schools are using dance as a vehicle for teaching students social-emotional skills such as empathy.

In the article written by Audrey Cleo Yap, “studies have shown the cognitive benefits students experience through being exposed to dance and other art forms,” however complex human qualities, like empathy, are hard to quantify. Anecdotal evidence from teachers and principals suggest that dance improves acceptance, cooperation, and collaboration among students, but more research is needed to understand the correlation between dance and emotional intelligence.

In the meantime, parents can take what they know about the benefits of dance and put it into action. Whether that means two-stepping into your kids’ school and starting a conversation, or simply starting within your family and working it into the weekly schedule, dance deserves a place in the life of every child.

If moving to music can help kids develop their character, why wouldn’t we start each day with a 5-6-7-8?

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