Frozen Tap With Miss Lexa
In this Frozen themed tap class, K/1 aged students will learn tap dancing basics and a special dance- all inspired by their favorite characters and taught by a professional dancer!
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In this action-packed 30-minute class, we’ll explore tap and creative movement with Frozen themed music and dances! At the start of class, we’ll say a quick hello so we can get to know each other. We’ll warm-up our tapping toes, learn tap dance basics (heel, toe & shuffle), and play a game of “Silly Sounds” (follow the leader with taps!) to encourage creative movement. We’ll spend a good portion of the class learning a beginning tap dance to a song from Frozen that is fit for a tapping...
Actively participate in movement to support motor skills and social-emotional development and learn basic tap steps.
I’ve been teaching tap and creative movement to young students for over six years at studios and afterschool programs in California and Missouri. I also hold an Associate’s Degree in Child Development and a Group Fitness Instructor certification.
Dancers are welcome to wear a leotard and tights, their favorite princess dress-up costume, or moveable street clothes. Tap shoes are recommended but sneakers/closed toed shoes are welcomed, too! Just keep in mind that the sounds made by tap shoes and street shoes will differ. I do not recommend ballet shoes, open toed shoes, or bare feet due to the nature of tap dance steps. Toes can easily get smooshed if they aren't enclosed in a shoe. A distraction-free space where you can freely and safely move is also recommended.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Dance is a physical activity and participation should always be done with parental supervision. Dancing on a flat surface clear of debris can help to minimize risk. If the student has any injuries or health conditions that are agitated by physical movement, please consult a doctor before participating. For tap classes, please ensure your dancers feet are in closed toed shoes- sneakers or tap shoes will work great. Bare feet, open toed shoes, and ballet shoes can lead to hurt toes while performing tap dance steps.
Dance & Theatre Educator
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
209 total reviews
171 completed classes
---------------------INTRODUCTION--------------------- Hello students, parents, guardians, and educators- thank you so much for stopping by my profile! I’m Miss Lexa- a theatre, dance, and yoga instructor with over 10 years of experience as a...