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Zumbini trial is a 30 minute music and movement experience which is developmentally appropriate for 0-5 year olds. It includes singing, dancing and instruments. It focuses on the energy, fun, and play to contribute towards the natural development of cognitive, social, emotional and physical skills. Kids learn through dance and play! If your child likes this class, they may like the 6 week course! The Zumbini class format is as follows: 1.) Dance 2.) Welcome Song 3.) Seated Small movement...
Students will learn colors, shapes and body parts through music and dance.
I am a ceritifed zumbini instructor and special education teacher.
scarf or towel to use for dance, any toy instrument or pots and pans work too!
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.
Please have a safe space for students to dance, clear of any dangers. Parents should be nearby for support.
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Hello Everyone! I am a Special Education teacher who prides herself on making learning fun. I have 8+ years experience teaching elementary and middle school, specifically working with struggling learners. I believe it is extremely important to...