For Kids 2.5 to 14 Years Old
200 Turf Club Road, #03-12, The Grandstand, Singapore 287994
(Enter from NORTH entrance, lift lobby 2/3)
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What Your Kid(s) Will Get Out of DDS’s Latin Dance Trial Class:
Develop self-confidence in your kids through exercises such as creating their own Latin dance routines. We’ll guide your kids in understanding simplified Latin dance concepts and music rhythms through Cha cha cha, one of the 5 Latin dance styles.
Help your kids adopt a healthier posture over time through creative games that train their body movement, balance and control.
Sharpen your kids’ social etiquette and manners by learning how to interact and communicate with their dance partners. This helps them carry themselves well.
Enthusiasm, Enrichment & Encouragement
As one of the top-notch dance schools in Singapore, we believe in 3 vital factors that promote self-development and contribute to the success of an individual; Enthusiasm, Enrichment and Encouragement.
The holistic dance curriculum in DDS focuses on a balance between skills and play-based learning. In addition to syllabus figures that dancers have to learn, dance-related games and creative ideation is encouraged and introduced within dance routines.
Learning How To Dance Has Also Been Linked To Developing Other Areas of A Child’s Life
Building Up Your Child’s Confidence & Social Skills
Children that pick up Latin dancing from a young age develop self-confidence earlier in life.
It is normal for children to display shyness in front of adults. However, when they interact with other kids around the same age, they tend to open up.
Children who engage in less social activities compared to their peers tend to miss out on vital communication experiences. This inadvertently affects their social cognitive behaviour and causes them to stay within their comfort zone, which leads to shyness.
As your child undergoes our coaching to master a new dance move or routine, he or she learns to overcome challenges through practice. For kids who are shy, this aspect of Latin dancing helps strengthen their self-esteem and determination.
By witnessing their own progress, a sense of accomplishment overtakes your child, boosting their self-confidence over time.
Discipline and Mutual Respect
Dancing helps create bonds and instills mutual respect.
It teaches teamwork and independence, trust and graciousness to children. The best time for your child to pick up these qualities is no other than their pre-teen years. (You know how terrifying teenagers can be!)
Our classes instill discipline without compromising your child’s enjoyment. By treating their partners or fellow team members with respect and sincerity, children grow to understand the concept of camaraderie. They break out of their comfort zone to be there for their friends and trust one another.
Nothing makes us happier than seeing your children having fun and learning essential values.
Constructive Outlet for High Energy Children
High energy children are by nature very playful and use ALL their energy to have fun! The trick then is to find an activity that harnesses both that playfulness, and is constructive in their childhood development.
Latin dancing happens to fulfill that need.
We help channel their playfulness and competitiveness into performances and competitions where they can let loose their boundless energy and mature together as a team, and most importantly, have fun!
Platform For Further Development in Performance Arts and Public Exposure
Does your child LOVE dancing and self-expression but finds there’s a lack of performance opportunities?
At Dancer’s Dream Studio, we can offer your child a platform to showcase their talent AND potential media exposure, even if he or she has had no experience performing in front of an audience.
Dancer’s Dream Studio creates a safe environment for your kids to develop these valuable qualities and opportunities to experience life beyond academics.
Public performances at venues such as Century Square, Ngee Ann City, Civic Plaza, Esplanade Outdoor Theatre, Expo
Private events such as Dinner & Dance event of Mary Chia Holdings Limited and National Day Dinner 2018 dinner for Tampines East
Dance competitions such as the TDA DanceSport Championship, Super24 and Singapore Open Dance Championship
Dancer’s Dream Studio’s very own holiday dance camps and dress-up parties such as Halloween Week.
At Dancer’s Dream Studio, We Have Worked With…
dancers from as young as 2.5 years old all the way to 70 years old.
MOE primary schools and tertiary institutions where we groom youths through dance enrichment classes and co-curriculum activities.
corporate clients, via lunch time fitness sessions to choreography for large scale dinner & dance items.
couples for their first dance together as husband & wife, creating wonderful memories that will stay in their hearts forever.
Slots are expected to be filled up quickly and we may not be able to accept walk-in’s, so please register your interest in advance.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the type of dance being taught at the class?
Dancer’s Dream Studio specialises in Latin Dancesport Dances such as Cha cha cha, Jive, Rumba, Samba and Paso Doble.
During the trial class, basic latin rhythms and techniques of the Cha cha cha will be taught.
Overview of DDS Kids Dance Classes:
- Specially designed dance lessons appropriate for specific age groups
- Holistic approach to dance education
- Children will learn basics of Ballet, Creative Movements, Jazz followed by development of Latin & Ballroom dance
- Classes are structured with skills progression
- Expect lots of fun and games while learning the discipline and etiquette of dancers
- Children will be exposed to solo dancing, partner work and team formation
What if my kid has no dance background or knowledge?
What should my child wear to the class?
What's the age group this class is designed for?
Am I allowed to sit in and observe my child during the class?
Unfortunately no, as we believe in independent learning. Children tend to behave differently when their parents are seated in observing them.
However, we will always have parents’ week once every 2 terms or at the end of every term where parents are invited into class to watch their child progress. Videos in class will also be sent to parents on a regular basis!