Twinkling Tykes (14-24 Months)

Twinkling Tykes Dance Classes are specifically designed for caregivers and tykes aged 14-24 months to experience dance class together. Join us for a 6 week program, where you and your little dancer can bond through the joy of movement.

At Footprints Dance Centre our aim is to create fun and social classes for parents and tykes to:

  • Learn dance fundamentals
  • Bond together in a positive, friendly and active environment
  • Create social networks for families

This is most likely the tyke’s first class experience, and our goal is to build their confidence as they transition from dancing with their grown-up to dancing on their own.

Your little dancer will learn:

  • The fundamentals of rhythm dance
  • How to share space with others
  • Responsibility through decision making
  • Develop their own creative minds as we explore movement, imagination and creativity

Upcoming Sessions:

FEB/MARCH ~ February 17-March 28 ~ Saturdays 10:00-10:30am OR Wednesday 10:00-10:30am

MARCH/MAY ~ March 30-May 9 ~ Saturdays 10:00-10:30am OR Wednesday 10:00-10:30am

MAY/JUNE ~ May 11-June 20 ~ Saturdays 10:00-10:30am OR Wednesday 10:00-10:30am

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We recommend comfortable clothing like a t-shirt and sweatpants/leggings for all of our dancers. Tots may wear leotards and skirts if they like! Bare feet help our dancers to grip the floor and develop strong foot muscles.

If this is your tyke’s first class experience it may take them a class or two to adjust. This is perfectly normal! Just by being in the class setting your tyke is learning a lot about music, movement and how to share space with other tykes. It is likely that you will see them start singing and dancing at home before they strike a move in the studio!

That’s alright! The important part is to participate, have fun and embrace the moment. Tots learn a lot through imitation and if they see that you are having fun, they will want to too!
Of course! Dance is a performance art and we need an audience in order to perform!

Yes! We ask that all caregivers are respectful of other grown-ups and tykes and try to capture just their own special tyke in class.