Tiny Tots Dance

Tiny Tots Dance

Dance classes for toddlers to preschoolers

Dance Tech’s Tiny Tots Dance Program has been developed by Dance Technique’s studio owners Amanda and Lisa Foad. Both Amanda and Lisa have over 42 years combined experience working with children in the education and dance industry.

Amanda Foad (studio principal/owner) has 15 year experience as a performer both in Australia and overseas. She also has many film and television credits to her name. Amanda has 16 years teaching experience with all ages in many styles of dance. She is passionate about teaching children correct dance technique and skills from very early on, beginning with their very first dance class
Lisa Foad (studio co-owner) has her Diploma in Child Care and has 26 years experience working with children in the childcare industry. Lisa has extensive experience in realising the importance of dance and movement with the whole development of young children.

Amanda and Lisa are very proud of the Tiny Tots Dance Program they have created. It’s major focus is on correct dance technique, being active, social experiences and having FUN.

So come join our Dance Tech Family....

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WHO CAN ATTEND THE TINY TOTS DANCE PROGRAM?

Both boys and girls aged from 2 to 5 years.

DO PARENTS ATTEND?

We have found that children participate more and get the most out of the program each week if they are not distracted by parents/carers or siblings. Family members are able to relax in the very comfortable waiting area at the Dance Tech studios. Parents are welcome to watch class at the end of each term.

CHILD SAFETY

It is imperative that children at Dance Tech studios feel safe and secure at all times. All of the Dance Tech faculty hold current Blue Cards which is a government working with children check.

WHAT HAPPENS IN A TINY TOTS DANCE CLASS?

The class is one hour long. During the class children will be learning dance skills in Jazz, Hip Hop and Tap. They will also have the opportunity every week to use musical instruments like tambourines, drums and clapping sticks which builds on musicality. At the end of each class children will participate in group singing which is all part of their music and movement development.

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