3-5 Year Old Class

Class Description

3-5yr. Dance classes include 2 instructors to best meet the needs of our students. Students are introduced to ballet technique and learn terminology through repetition and dance activities. Students learn 2 routines of the Director’s choice, usually lyrical and jazz or character dance. Online class will take place through the BAND app.

Costs

Just Dance: $25/month
Gymnastics: $25/month
Combo Class (Dance & Gymnastics): $40/month

 

Estimated costume pricing is $124 for 2 costumes including pink ballet slippers and tights.

Black Ballet Slippers($15) also needed for this class.

Fake curly hair piece($30) is recommended for this class.

Performances

Students have the opportunity to perform at 2 dance showcases, 1 recital, other optional events as presented to us such as assisted living centers, basket-ball half times, community events as well as 1 optional dance competition. (See Dance Policies for more info.)

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
3-5 Year Dance
Dance
10:00 AM
10:30 AM

3-5 Year Gym
10:30 AM
11:00 AM
3-5 Year Dance
10:00 AM
10:30 AM

3-5 Year Gym
10:30 AM
11:00 AM
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
3-5 Year Dance
Dance
3:30 PM
4:00 PM
3-5 Year Dance
3:30 PM
4:00 PM
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
3-5 Year Gym
4:00 PM
4:30 PM
3-5 Year Dance
4:00 PM
4:30 PM

3-5 Year Gym
4:30 PM
5:00 PM
3-5 Year Gym
4:00 PM
4:30 PM

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

No events available!

Instructors

Janell Fullmer

Director

Skyler Torman

Recreational Assistant Coach

LENAE ROWLEY

Assistant Director, Competitive & Recreational Coach

ANDY BUNDERSON

Tap Coach, Junior Competitive & Recreational Coach

Meredith Archibald

Recreational Coach

Class Terminology

  • Demi Plie – half bend of the knee
  • Tendu – to stretch the foot
  • Degage – to disengage (sustaining pointed foot off of the ground)
  • Rond de jambe – round the leg, circular movement of the leg either on the ground or in the air
  • Eleve – to rise, to elevate
  • Releve – to rise from plie
  • Passe – a movement in which the foot of the working leg passes or touches the knee of the supporting leg in turn out or parallel positions.
  • Aerabesque – body position, in profile, supported on one leg
  • Pique – executed by stepping directly on the point or demi-pointe of the working foot in any desired direction or position with the other foot raised in the air. (to prick/pricked)
  • Sousus – a tight fifth position in releve.(under-over)
  • Saute – a jump off both feet, landing with the feet in the same position. Jumping or landing on the same foot.
  • Jete, petit – small spring from one foot to the other foot using a brushing motion.
  • Glissade – a traveling step executed by gliding the working foot from the fifth position in the required direction, the other foot closing to it.
  • Pas de chat – large cat’s step. Performed from fifth to fifth position, landing almost simultaneously.
  • Chasse – meaning to chase. Plie and slide the working leg away from the supporting leg, touch the supporting leg behind the working leg, land on the original supporting leg.
  • Soutenu – a turn from sousus, turning towards back leg one revolution, the other foot ending in front.
  • Sissone – jump from both feet on to one foot.

(This is a basic coverage, more class terminology and skills are added as the class progresses)

Gymnastic Skills
Forward Rolls, Straddle Rolls, Handstands, Handstand Rolls, Bridge from floor, Cartwheels, Back Walkovers, Back Handsprings, Wedge Mat Skills, Balance Beam Skills and Mini Tramp Skills.