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Creative Movement For 3 & 4 yr olds

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  • Type: Video Tutorial
  • Length: 52:12
  • Media: Flash video file
  • Use: Watch Online
  • Access Period: 90 Days
  • Posted: 04/01/2010

A teacher’s most valuable resources are the tiniest dancers who toddle through the door. Teaching and keeping them is one of the foremost challenges of dance education. Veteran studio owner and teacher, Toni Noblett, will guide you through those first daunting days of class with advice and ideas that are practical, honest, and inventive. This video will give you the basic tools to plan a curriculum that features creative movement as the initial course of study for beginning dancers. It features games that will equip the youngest students to function in next year’s tap, ballet, or jazz dance class, and it encourages you to allow children to be children for at least another year.

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Tezoro Productions
Tezoro Productions
139 lessons
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10/29/2009

Tezoro Productions LIVE lessons are designed with the dancer in mind, featuring camera angles facing the mirror to replicate the feeling of dancing in a studio/class setting. Detailed tips and helpful instructions from the choreographer, as well as the use of assistant dancers to watch alongside the instructor enhance the consumer's experience.

You can learn more about Tezoro Productions and the Live productions at http://www.tezoroproductions.com/.

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