Parents, we know it’s unsettling when your little dancer isn’t listening in dance class. It’s normal for young children to lose focus sometimes but here’s what you can do to help your child pay attention to the dance teacher.
For Parents of Young Children
Dance Little Sister — Working With a Younger Sibling
It is challenging to work with a younger sibling when creating or rehearsing for a performance. Here are the keys to avoiding frustration.
Parents, Which Type of Helicopter Are You?
Blogger, Vicki Nelson recently did a three-part series about “Helicopter Parents.” As I read the articles, the dreaded term “stage mom” came to mind. Parents of university-bound students are not the only ones who “hover.”
9 Posts for Parents
A collection of past articles on Dance Advantage that are particularly useful for parents of dancers.
Backstage Bliss: 11 Guidelines for Students in a Dance Recital
Recitals can be hectic and stressful for those trying to make the day/evening go off without a hitch. Adhering to these rules helps a performance run smoothly for you and the others around you.
A Celebration of Dance Moms
Dance moms, dance teachers, and dancing moms share sweet, funny, and poignant stories about young dancers and the dance mom life.