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5,6,7,8: Let's Dance! Beginner Tap and Jazz Class
This is a beginner tap and jazz combination class for the preteen/teen beginner dancer.
Let's Dance is an hour long jazz and tap combination class. This class will teach technique, rhythm, timing, and counting beats in music. Let's Dance is designed for all students, no prior dance experience is necessary. Class will begin in tap shoes, or sneakers if your learner does not have tap shoes. We will start by warming up our ankles and getting our bodies moving. Then we will learn basic tap dance steps including, but not limited to: shuffles, ball-change, Suzie-Q, shuffle hop step,...
Students will learn basic tap and jazz dance steps as well as technique.
Miss Katelynn has been a teacher for the past 7 years. She has her master’s degree in Special Education. Growing up she was a competitive dancer and worked for her local dance studio. Once she finished her Bachelor’s degree, she became the Children’s Program director creating and teaching classes for students 2.8-10 years old. When her local dance studio closed, Miss Katelynn opened up her own dance studio for a year before deciding to go back to school for her Master’s degree. Her dance studio, Tiny Dancer Unlimited, had students 3-13 years old.
-Tap shoes are nice but not necessary -Jazz shoes are nice but not necessary -Comfortable clothes (think gym class) -Sneakers if your learner is not wearing tap shoes -Water bottle
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
This class requires students to have plenty of space to move around. Students should have an open space to move and something nearby to help them balance on one foot if needed like a chair or table. It is also recommended that a parent be nearby in case of injury.
Meet the teacher
Hi, My name is Ms. Katelynn and I have a Master’s degree in Special Education. I have been a teacher for the past 9 years and have worked both in public schools and online. Becoming a teacher has always been a passion of mine. When I was in school...
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Completed by 1 learner
Live video meetings
4-14 learners per class
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