• Storybook Fascination Imagination

    Class Description
  • Broadway Exploration’s Storybook Fascination Imagination combines acting, play, improv and storybooks!  Storybook Fascination Imagination is designed as an interactive, play-time theatre class with a goal to introduce acting, improv and to toddlers with the help of our favorite fairy tales and picture books.  Class Flow is designed by the ‘Dance to Learn!’® Curriculum with the whole child in mind and has been created around a child’s cognitive, language, social and motor development to form the 5 Methods of Dance and Performance Arts™. Each week, we read a different picture book and ask the students to reenact each page through interactive and cooperative play. For example, if reading Goldilocks and the Three Bears, we will move and play as if we were Goldilocks eating porridge how would we react if the porridge is too hot or too cold? What about if it is just right? Each week, the class structure remains the same with the reading of a storybook.  As we turn each page we explore the contents and characters as we move, act and play out each page of the storybook. Children are nurtured by their instructor through a positive “Yes!” environment, and the small class size ensures the personal attention needed at this stage of learning. Storybook Fascination Imagination classes include participation in the Dance Exploration, LLC ‘Dance to Learn!’® at Home with Me™ Program!

     
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  • Class Details

    • Ages:
      1.5 - 3 years old
    • Class Style:
      Kiss and Go
    • Class Length:
      20 Minutes
    • Teacher to Student Ratio:
      1:10
  • What will my Child Learn?

    Gross and Fine Motor Development
    • Students may manipulate and play with props as they retell the storybook tales
    • Gross motor development is sharpened as toddlers move their bodies to portray character behaviors as told within the storybook plot
    Cognitive Development
    • Toddlers will learn how to associate words in the story with associated movements and sounds, for example, if reading Goldilocks and the Three Bears, they will learn how a bear moves compared to how a person moves and behaves
    • Children will improve their problem solving skills as they move, play and interact with each other to retell the stories
    Social and Emotional Development
    • Children will learn to interact with other children and how they can exist with others in space while moving
    • Toddlers will learn important spatial skills as they are challenged to move and play in personal space as well as general space and how they should interact when meeting another person in space
    Language Skills
    • Children will learn new terminology as it relates to acting, improv and dance and how to associate that terminology with the correct movements and behaviors
    • Students will learn how to express their needs, desires and problems to not only their peers, but also their dance teacher
    • Reading the stories will help each toddler with their reading readiness
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