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What is Twinkle Star Dance?

Did you know that Tiffany’s Dance Academy is the home of Twinkle Star Dance? The dance curriculum used in Twinkle Babies, Twinkle Stars, and ShowStars classes is the product of over 20 years of teaching experience from the owner, Tiffany Henderson, and is based on leading child development psychology. From the warmup to the hula hoops, the music played, and everything in-between, Twinkle Star Dance is designed to give the most structure and fun possible to preschool dance classes.

The four pillars of the Twinkle Star Dance Program are Skill Building, Center Movement, Just For Fun, and Showtime. Together they form the foundation of exceptional dance training and the developmental benefits go far beyond the dance studio.

Skill Building is the essential base that all dancers need when they start out. They continue to fine-tune these skills throughout their dance life.

Center movement builds on all the skills they’ve been learning. Center combinations are taught and practiced. They can really start to dance and move together as a core of tiny dancers. Center Movement is key to experience before they begin to learn choreography for the recital. The dancers get a taste of performance before the big show. 

Children love coming back for more thanks to Just For Fun activities and storylines. Never forget that dancing is supposed to be fun!

Showtime is designed to combine the Skill Building, Center Movement, and Just For Fun activities into the dance they perform on stage. Performing in the recital is a critical part of the dance curriculum…dance is a performing art! Learning to conquer your fears, work hard for something over time, and be in front of people are lifelong skills made possible by the Twinkle Star Dance curriculum.

Learn more about Twinkle Babies, Twinkle Stars, and our other classes! If you have any questions about the dance curriculum email info@tiffanydance.com or call (925) 447-5299. 

Register for the 2019/20 season of classes by clicking here.

 

 

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