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Frequently Asked Questions

At what age do you start dance and tumbling classes? How much do your dance and tumbling classes cost? Do you offer sibling discounts? Do you offer sibling discounts? What credentials do your instructors have? What measures do you take to keep my child safe?
by Suzy Simpson

Costume Costs Explained

Dancers work all year to bring their efforts in class to life on stage, and dance costumes are a great way to complete the experience.  Costumes are meant to enhance
by Suzy Simpson

What We’re Learning in April!

This month we are continuing with our Bloom Curriculum concept,  “I am loved and valued”. In today’s world, children experience so much negativity which can lead to negative self talk.
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Supporting the Formal Operational Stage of Development in Dance Class (Ages 12 and up)

An intentionally designed dance classroom experience can help promote the growth of physical, emotional, social, and cognitive (brain) development in children. To capitalize on the critical experiences in the most formative years, our 3-D Dance our staff receives ongoing professional training on how to apply Piaget’s Theory of Cognitive Development in the dance classroom environment to provide best support to our dance students’ through developmentally appropriate practices.
by Suzy Simpson

Supporting the Pre-Operational Stage of Development in Dance Class (Ages 3-7)

An intentionally designed dance classroom experience can help promote the growth of physical, emotional, social, and cognitive (brain) development in children. To capitalize on the critical experiences in the most formative years, our 3-D Dance our staff receives ongoing professional training on how to apply Piaget’s Theory of Cognitive Development in the dance classroom environment to provide best support to our dance students’ through developmentally appropriate practices.
by Suzy Simpson

Supporting the Sensory-Motor Stage of Child Development in Dance Class (Ages 0-2)

An intentionally designed dance class experience can help promote the growth of physical, emotional, social, and cognitive (brain) development in children. It has never been more critical for our dancers’ classroom experiences to support cognitive progress, following the significant delays in natural development patterns that have occurred due to pandemic disruptions, resulting in decreased experiences that would have naturally facilitated social, emotional, physical and cognitive maturity.
by Suzy Simpson