Hip Hop Dance Fundamentals (Recommended Ages 4-6)
In this single class young dancers will learn fundamental elements of Hip Hop dance such as body part isolation, rhythm, and sequencing.
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In this class children ages, 4-6 will learn some of the fundamental movements of Hip Hop dance. Focusing on body part isolation, rhythm, and sequencing, young dancers will have the opportunity to move their bodies to fun kid-friendly Hip Hop dance jams. The class covers standards within dance, physical education, and mathematics. Students gain skills that include rhythm development, spatial awareness, memorization, and sequencing. Children are encouraged to cultivate creativity through...
Comfortable clothes that you can move your body in Bare feet or comfortable sneakers to dance in (no slippery socks or tights) A space that is free of clutter and sharp or fragile objects (an open space about 10x10 feet or larger works well) Water bottle
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30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
All music played is kid-friendly. Parents are asked to keep a supervised eye and ear out for children to help them navigate any technical issues and be aware of any horseplay that could lead to an injury. The class movements are broken down and developmentally appropriate for this age group. We will warm-up and stretch in class so dancers' bodies are ready to move with more impact. Guidelines for staying safe throughout the class will be reviewed at the beginning of each lesson. Please have students dress in comfortable clothes that they can move their bodies in. Students can choose to dance in bare feet or wear comfortable sneakers. They should refrain from wearing slippery socks or tights. Students will need a room that is free of clutter and sharp or fragile objects so they can dance without running into anything. An open space about 10x10 feet or larger works well. Please have your child bring a water bottle with them in case they get thirsty.
Dance Teaching Artist
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
My name is Cherie (she/her) and I have over ten years of experience teaching dance to all ages. I am a choreographer, and I have taught dance classes for over ten years. Recently, in the San Francisco Bay Area, California, I taught dance in public...