I am an avid reader! My relaxation time (very little) is spent with my nose in my lovely Kindle. Books have been a big part of my life and I am proud to have shared favourite childhood stories with my daughter.
Having an active imagination is a gift and developing a child’s imagination is key to improving their attention span.
A big part of our dance class is about tying in the imagery of the exercises and leading our children on a journey of imagination. The class flows from preparatory exercises to dance and performance, following a theme that ultimately develops a learning outcome, such as, co-ordination. Alongside this, the Disco Duck character plays a big part in our class. Our children (and their parents) love the Disco Duck stories and enjoy learning about his adventures on a car and Train/at the seaside/going shopping and so on…..
They are keen to dance along to his songs, safe in the knowledge that in the world of imagination, the character of Disco Duck and his adventures are believable.
Coming soon… consistency is key x
The Disco Duck syllabus provides the teacher with a sound basis to develop the very beginnings of dance – take a look www.disco-duck.co.uk