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Kids in Preschool
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Splitz Tots offer the following classes:

Mondays - Pre-School Ballet - 9:30-10:00am

Mondays - Pre-School Acro Dance - 10:00-10:30am

Saturday - Pre-School Ballet - 10:05-10:35am

First class FREE!! Then pay monthly £20 per month for one 30min class & £25 per month for 2x 30min classes

 

Pre-School Ballet 

Pre-school ballet is an introduction to music and movement incorporating the basics of ballet using stories and play. The class prepares children for the entry into primary ballet, by learning how to interact with other children on their own without their parents.

 

Getting your children involved in these classes will help to develop their self confidence from a young age and will also develop their motor skills for later life.​

The class is always full of fun and enjoyment and quickly rewards a sense of achievement developing self-confidence and expression.

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Pre-School Acro Dance

This curriculum focuses on physical literacy. The focus of this program includes learning the acro positions, locomotive skills (jumping, hoping, etc), balance skills, classroom behaviour or skills, movement concepts, cooperation and social skills. The magic is in the repetition, the report cards, colouring pages, imaginary play, fun and games.
The pre-school acro classes are suited to children ages 3 – 5 years.

Introductory class for children of pre-school age. Students are introduced to acrobatics through a series of fun, informative sing-along routines that help them understand instruction, body movement and control. Students begin basic floor tricks and tumbles including a variety of rolls, balances and jumps.

 

This curriculum focuses on physical literacy.  This is not a program designed to teach students back handsprings and walkovers.  You can expect to find skills like: Pike Position, Skipping, Marching, Pre Cartwheel, Plié, Tendu, etc.  The focus of this program includes learning the acro positions, locomotive skills (jumping, hoping, etc), balance skills, classroom behaviour skills, movement concepts, cooperation and social skills. The magic is in the repetition, the report cards, coloring pages, imaginary play, fun and games.

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