Children use movement to explore and discover their environment from birth. As teachers and parents we should know the importance of movement in the education of children. As the foundation of learning, movement contributes to the cognitive, social and emotional development of children. It also helps to develop self-confidence and provide an opportunity to be physically fit. Early exposure to developmentally appropriate activities helps children acquire skills and attitudes that are necessary for healthy and active lives. Preschool and kindergarten movement education is a beginning guide to developing physical skills that lay a foundation for more complex development and learning. These children need to be challenged with age appropriate activities to help them develop motor skills they will use throughout life. School age recreational classes promote basic dance and fitness. The program is designed to introduce developmentally appropriate activities to the different group levels. Children will further develop and refine the skills they learned earlier. Competitive level classes are available through audition for students with advanced technique and performance skills.
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