Dance Classes for Toddlers at Debra Sparks Dance Works
Debra Sparks Dance Works teaches dance to your youngest dancers. Dance classes for toddlers are designed for children as young as 2 years old, to help them establish a sense of coordination, space, and rhythm, while having a great deal of fun at the same time!
At DSDW, Pre-school dance classes are led by professionals who understand the challenges that accompany dancers at this age; from lots of distractions to elementary movement and coordination skills, the trained dance teachers who lead our dance classes for toddlers are patient, caring, and full of love!
Our Toddler Dance Classes Include:
Princess Ballet – This class, for our youngest dancers, encourages beginning steps in ballet, jazz and creative movement. The emphasis is on developing a sense of larger motor skills through movement! The atmosphere is fun, nurturing, encouraging and positive with lots of giggles! Princess themes keep all intrigued and motivated! You might even see a visit by a real princess! Props ( tutus, tiaras, wands, etc. ) are used to encourage attentiveness. Praise is abundant and our littlest dancers finish with great pride in their numerous accomplishments!
2016-2017 Princess Ballet Class Schedule
Princess Ballet and All That Jazz – Princess Ballet with the addition of Broadway movement!! Toddlers will dance to The Lion King, Aladdin, Annie, and many more favorites from the Broadway stage!!! Our youngest dancers will be encouraged to sing along to favorite tunes as they learn their first Broadway steps!!! This class is a must for young stars!!
2016-2017 Princess Ballet and All That Jazz Class Schedule
You will find that putting a toddler in a DSDW dance class for toddlers is the best way to encourage development on a multitude of levels. Starting your young child’s dance training at Debra Sparks is one of the smartest decisions any dance mom or dad can make.
The DSDW Vision
As Directress of Debra Sparks Dance Works, Debra’s goal remains as it began in 1984: to teach young, talented children the wonderful art of ballet and dance, to encourage their growth in self-esteem with pride in their accomplishments, and—above all—to instill in them the “love of dance!”