How to support your dancer

Dancing is a great way to express yourself and have fun, but it can also be hard work. To help your dancer reach their potential and get the most out of class, there are a few things you can do both in class and at home. Here are some tips on how to support your dancer in class and at home.  


When your dancer is in class, make sure they arrive prepared with all necessary items like water bottles, proper shoes, or clothing for the style of dance being taught that day. Encourage them to pay attention during instruction so they understand what’s expected of them as well as any corrections given by the instructor. If your dancer seems discouraged after making mistakes or not understanding something quickly enough, remind them that everyone makes mistakes, but practice will only lead to improvement over time if they don’t give up!  

At home, one way you can support your dancer is by helping them stay organized with their schoolwork while also having time for dance practice each week. If there’s a balance between school/homework and practice time – which should include stretching exercises too – then they’ll be able to focus better on both tasks without feeling overwhelmed or exhausted from either one alone. Additionally, look through the syllabus and talk with them about any upcoming performances or competitions they may be participating in. This is a great way to show your support and stay involved in their progress.  

Overall, your dancer should always feel supported while dancing and know that you are there for them no matter what. With proper support both in class and at home, your dancer will be able to learn, grow, and feel proud of their accomplishments.  

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