Age-Appropriate Teaching by ProQuest


Dancers can shake, kick, walk, run, jump, gallop, march, roll, slither and hop one at a time across the floor every week, using their imaginations to pretend they are horses (galloping), snakes (slithering) and so on. Draw out these skills by asking them to generate original choreography that tells a story, such as acting out a fluttering butterfly or a doll that comes to life after sleeping on the toy shelf.

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