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Year Three - Tap
Year Three - Tap

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Prepatory Tap for the 5-7 year old dancer. This syllabus encompasses warm up, center, and across the floor work. The concentration for this age group is on sound clarity, proper bio-mechanics, musicality and weight shifting. The manual contains the technical description of each movement as well as 30 lesson plans.

The lesson plans are designed for a 30 minute class time, making the curriculum ideal for classes combining 2 or more dance forms as well as single subject classes. If your class time is longer then 30 minutes, the exercises are short enough in length that you would be able to safely repeat the areas that your students need additional work on without worries of over training. To allow ease of use with your current music, all exercises list the number of counts, suggested meter, and suggested tempo of music.

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  • 30 Lesson Plans and in depth description of terms in a manual
  • 15 activity sheets and student progress chart in pdf format on cd
  • Every exercise detailed on a separate card
  • Exercise cards broken down as below
  • Warm Up 10
  • Front Taps 10
  • Side Taps 10
  • Back Taps 10
  • Forward Movements 10
  • Tap Heel 10
  • Brush 9
  • Spank 9
  • Front Ball Change 10
  • Sideways Movements 5

Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

  5 of 6 people found the following review helpful:
Easy to use July 8, 2008
Reviewer: Patty C from Philadelphia, PA  
Anyone that can’t follow the well done curriculum shouldn’t be teaching.

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