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Your kids probably already dance around the house or shake their booty to the music. Taking classes is a fun way for kids to express themselves and learn the art of dance. Kid’s dance classes are a safe and supportive environment for kids to explore dance styles, develop coordination, and build confidence.
Children love to learn ballet, jazz, hip-hop, tap, or other dance genres where they can move, express themselves, and embrace their creativity. Kids learn discipline, teamwork, and artistic appreciation while they become more fit and healthy with exercise.
Kids are full of energy and they naturally love to move their bodies to the music. More than just a fun way to burn off steam, dance is a creative journey filled with joy, growth, and self-expression. Dance will improve your child’s fitness, strength, flexibility, and coordination.
The benefits are more than physical, though. Kids learn to express their individuality with every jump and twirl, and dance builds confidence, self-discipline, and perseverance. Children make new friends who share their love of dance, and become part of a community that promotes healthy movement, teamwork, and creative expression.
Online kid’s dance classes offer all of the energy and fun of in-person classes, but you don’t have to leave home. If there are no kid’s dance classes offered in your community, or you have scheduling conflicts or lack transportation, online classes might be the answer. You’ll need space at home for dance moves, and a device with internet service to access the class. If you don’t see the dance class your child wants, take a look at other ways to boost their creative experience. Acting, fashion, music, and art will enrich their skills and broaden their personal expression.
Virtual Kids' Fashion Camp for ages 11 to 14 is a five-day summer camp program for beginning students to grow their love of sewing. TKids will learn fashion sketching and mood boards, how to properly thread and use a sewing machine, basic sewing techniques and terminology, how to sew accessories and clothing, hand and machine stitching & seam finishes, appliqué and trim application, and embroidery. They’ll complete fashion sketches and mood boards, embroidery, a tote bag, and a summer top.
All project supplies are included, but students will need to have a sewing machine, thread, scissors, pins, ruler, colored pencils, mechanical pencils, and magazines that can be cut and used for mood boards. The average class size is eight students.
Kids' Advanced Sewing and Fashion Camp for ages 9 to 11 and Kids' Advanced Sewing and Fashion Camp for ages 12 to 14 take your child’s sewing to the next level. They can enjoy this camp more than once with updated projects every session. This class focuses on fashion sketching, design, and sewing clothing and accessories on trend for the summer. Students will learn sewing, fashion sketching and mood boards, and hand embroidery, and they’ll get to watch a fashion show.
All supplies for projects are included. Students will also need a sewing machine, thread, scissors, pins, ruler, colored pencils, mechanical pencils, magazines that can be cut and used for mood boards, and poster boards. The average class size is eight students.
Online Summer Art and Creativity Camp for Kids for ages 5 to 8 is a live, online camp that is exciting and magical. Creative online activities include drawing, painting, manga, watercolor, realism, abstraction, art journaling, collage, mixed media, comics and cartooning, crafts, landscape arts, portraiture, art history fun facts, graffiti, creative lettering, group art games, team spirit, and socializing with friends.
You can register your child for three, four, or five days or half days. You’ll need to order materials from a provided list before the class begins, or use materials you already have. The average class size is eight students.
Are you looking for a fun dance class for a group of kids? Maybe you need an activity for a party or event, or you just want to keep your kids and their friends busy and active. Coursehorse offers activities like kid's dance classes for private groups online. You can keep your young performers entertained, teach them new skills, and nurture their creativity.
Virtual Group Magic Trick Workshop exposes the secrets and theory behind close-up magic tricks that are just like the pros. After taking this class, kids can perform their magic to entertain their friends and family. This is a private, interactive workshop led by a professional magician. You’ll need to provide a deck of cards, loose coins, and a dollar bill. Alternatively, schedule the all-inclusive magic trick workshop, and all materials are included. You can invite up to 500 people to join your magic workshop.
Virtual Team Olympics groups kids into teams to complete creative challenges, with a little fun rivalry thrown in. They’ll engage in fun, hands-on competitions to compete for the gold. Your kids will love the silly challenges, like type-racing, Family Feud-style challenges, racing to build the tallest marshmallow towers, creating balloon animals, and playing harmonicas. Class members receive a game platform with interactive elements and scorecards for participants. Coursehorse provides all of the props.
Virtual Group Stretching and Alignment helps your child increase their flexibility with techniques that dancers use to expand their range of motion and prevent injury. Varied exercises help kids of all backgrounds and fitness levels safely challenge themselves. Your child will feel their body lengthened, strengthened, aligned, and free to move. Arrive for class wearing comfortable clothing, with space to stretch, and an optional mat if you’re working on a hard surface. Up to 500 people can participate in this class.
Virtual Pancake Art Workshop is sure to please every pancake-loving kid. This one-hour class covers everything from making the batter to drawing with batter to eating. Students start with easy shapes like flowers, stars, and letters, then work their way up to make faces, animals, and anything they want to draw.
Participants receive pancake mix, one squeeze bottle, one funnel, and one bottle of pancake syrup. You’ll need to provide butter or oil for greasing the pan, a large mixing bowl, a rubber spatula and turning spatula, a whisk, a nonstick pan or griddle, scissors or knife, and four to five kitchen towels. This class accommodates up to 100 participants.
Don’t see what you’re looking for? Coursehorse can create a custom class just for your group or event. Contact them through the Contact Us button on their website. Just estimate your group size, pay the minimum deposit, and secure your date. Let them know your final group size up to one week before your class date. Customize your event for $150 by adding games, requesting specific questions or themes, or adding another event.
CourseHorse recommends using the Zoom platform for your class, but they can accommodate Google Meets, Microsoft Teams, and WebEx. Many courses can even come to your office or home space if you’d like.
Kids can dance anywhere, but learning dance is a little more complicated. Choosing between online vs. in-person kid’s dance classes depends on your kid’s learning style, where you live, and whether you have the needed space and technology.
Taking a class in person is fun for many kids. They meet new friends and enjoy the studio energy of music and dancing. It’s easier to learn new moves when you see them done in person, and the teacher can give your child personal attention to help them progress.
Some kids don’t learn as well in a group. Perhaps they struggle with social skills or find loud music and high-energy activity overwhelming. You may not have any in-person classes available in your community, or you don’t have transportation or time to access them. Online classes are a great alternative for many families. Your child can learn at home in an environment where they feel comfortable but still enjoy live interaction with their teacher.
When you choose a kid’s dance class, take a look at the instructor’s experience with teaching children, whether they provide materials or you need to shop for them yourself, and if the time fits your schedule. Assess whether you have enough space at home for your child to practice their new dance moves.
Free tutorials on platforms like Youtube introduce kids to many styles of dancing. Since kids change their interests often, you might like to try out their new interest in dancing before you pay for classes. If you have a future dancer on your hands, your child will learn faster and develop better skills with personalized help from an expert instructor.
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