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Dance Questions to Ask Your Child After Class

10 Dance Questions to Ask Your Child After Class

At the studio, the dance experience can be enriched when parents bring the experience full circle with a post-class conversation. The conversation can be based around one or multiple questions listed below. Asking dance questions will enhance the familial experience, and dancers will undoubtedly appreciate their parents’ interest and involvement in their activity and extracurricular.

  1. Tell me about a move you learned today.
  2. Do you think you could teach it to me?
  3. Did you learn a new vocabulary word in class today?
  4. Did you make a new friend in class today?
  5. Were you kind to someone at dance today?
  6. Do you think we could stretch together tonight?
  7. What is some of your favorite music you hear in dance class?
  8. Did you do something particularly well today?
  9. Did you struggle with a skill today?
  10. Did you have fun?

Of course, children also love invitations to show their moves, create choreography, and produce mini shows.

Encourage these opportunities, and involve yourself with your dancers’ love for their art!

Chasta Hamilton Calhoun

Chasta is the artistic director and owner of Stage Door Dance Productions in Raleigh, North Carolina. She is also the founder of The Dance Exec, a website and organization that provided resources and training for dance studio owners. The resources from The Dance Exec have a new home on the TutuTix blog, giving dance studio owners an even more in-depth library of free tools and information with which to grow their business. Chasta contributes to the TutuTix blog from time to time, offering her perspective as a studio owner (and TutuTix client!).