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Kids danse

Isabelle Rousseau
9821-81 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB, T6E 1W4
Phone : 780-270-9311
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Region

Provincial

School year/Age

Children from kindergarten to Preschool Grade 6.

Language level

French as a First Language
French immersion
French as a Second Language

School subject (primary)

Physical education

School subjects (secondary)

Fine Arts
French
Health and Life Skills

Links with the curriculum

The program is created and aligned with the Alberta Education curriculum. It meets several learning outcomes in physical education, French and music. It also affects certain results in social studies, health and mathematics. For more details about the program and for a detailed list of affected learning outcomes, please contact me directly.

Requirements

Classroom, space or gym to move around; stereo.

Availability

Weekdays during school times for residencies; after school and weekends for recreative programs

Number of participants

15-40

Duration

30-60 minutes

Cost

Please, contact me for rates and packages

Description

Kids Danse is an engaging, accessible and age-appropriate program for young people who want to learn dance in a creative way through simple choreography and dance activities! The program includes music approved by a children's panel; a fun, collaborative and inclusive approach; various dance styles; and a performance at the end of the residency or session. In addition to promoting development and physical literacy, the program can also support academic learning by affecting learning outcomes in several subjects, such as French, science, social studies and mathematics. The program is based on the Elements of Dance, refining basic locomotor patterns through learning choreography, steps and creating dances. "I absolutely loved the program ... the variety of music and dances ... The kids had the chance to learn a dance from start to finish and play too." -Grade 3 Teacher

Coordinator

ACFA

Partners

CPFA
Alberta Education
RAFA