How to Make the Most Out of Your Child’s Classroom Experience

Dance lessons can be an awesome way to encourage your child’s personal growth! At Tonawanda Dance Arts, we’re not just teaching dance steps in our classrooms—we’re developing curious, compassionate young leaders and equipping them for success. We know that it can be a challenge sometimes to know what to do to offer support and encouragement for your dancer—especially if you are still new to the world of dance! Here are four of our best tips for making the most out of your child’s class experience at Tonawanda Dance Arts: 1) Talk about dance at home Although many of our young dancers take just one or two classes per week, dance is usually on their minds every day! Read dance books together

Miss Lauren In The Spotlight

Name: Lauren Sutherland Age: 17 Favorite Style of Dance: Contemporary or Jazz Funk The Dancer Who Inspires You The Most: Lex Ishimoto Favorite Food: Quesadilla Favorite TV Show: One Tree Hill and Keeping Up With The Kardashians Favorite Musical Artist/Group: Justin Bieber, Post Malone, Kanye West, The Jonas Brothers What do you want to be when you grow up? Lex - just kidding… a dancer Favorite Holiday: Christmas Where would you like to vacation one day? Bora Bora or Mexico Fun Fact: I met Lex in Florida at The Dance Awards Nationals by asking him for an ice pack.

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