DansPeuterDans

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Running, jumping, rolling, crawling, falling down and then ‘picking yourself up again’….

Constant movement helps toddlers discover the world around them. Children learn the fundamentals of dance in their weekly class. Their minds are stirred and inspired; they are stimulated to develop physical capabilities and flourish. Free movement and simple tasks help children discover their bodies, the space they are in and their emotions- all that while increasing their language, musical abilities and coordination. Short exercises are created to help children express courage, fantasy, expression, creativity, concentration, teamwork, posture, and last but not least: to just have fun!

Where: DansPeuterDans Studio Damoves: maandag, dinsdag, woensdag, donderdag, vrijdag en zaterdag 1e Jan Steenstraat 103, Amsterdam, De Pijp Kinderkookkafé, dinsdag, woensdag*, donderdag en vrijdag Vondelpark 6B (de Kattenlaan), Amsterdam Oud West MiniChiChi Club: op vrijdag Spaarndammerstraat 43, Amsterdam, Westerpark Plazand Zandvoort, tijdens zomervakantie op zaterdag Paviljoen 17, Zandvoort (strandpaviljoen) Studio van Leeuwen: op woensdag en zaterdag Anjeliersstraat 189, Amsterdam, De Jordaan What: 

When:

  • Class 1 (2 year olds): 9.15 till 10.15h
  • Class 2 (3 year olds): 10.30 till 11.30h
  • Class 3 (3 year olds): 11.45 till 12.45h

Saturday at Willemsparkweg and Wednesday in Kinderkookkafé, the classes start 15 minutes earlier. Cost: Paid classes Contact: Carly Verkerk-Wassenaar, phone +31-6-50611918, e-mail carly@danspeuterdans.nl



Type: 
Drama and Dance Classes
Days of the week: 
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Age Range: 
Pre-school
Toddler
Indoor/Outdoor: 
Indoor


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