DANCE FOR KIDS

11677 San Vicente Blvd #312

Located in BRENTWOOD GARDENS

Convenient subterranean parking with valet

Brentwood, CA 90049

Phone: (310) 820-5437

Premier dance studio located in the heart of Brentwood, California. Offering studies in the art of dance. Styles include ballet, jazz, lyrical, hip-hop, tap, tumbling, contemporary, tiny tots, progressions, jazz funk, acro, modern, and stretch/conditioning.

Serving the areas of: Beverly Hills, Westwood, West LA, Santa Monica, Pacific Palisades, Brentwood, Encino, Sherman Oaks, Culver City, Marina Del Rey, Bel Air, Venice, Mar Vista

Home of BRENTWOOD ACADEMY OF DANCE competitive dance company widely recognized as one of the most successful and creative studios for dance instruction in Southern California.

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Best Books for Children Interested in Dance

November 8, 2017

Reading is a great way to encourage learning in the world of dance. Particularly with very young dancers, we want to know that our students are performing well in school as well as on the stage. But how? Here’s a fun idea! Read a dance themed book!
 

These 5 dance themed books are geared toward children between the ages of 2-8:

 
Beautiful, Magical, Amazing BALLET (A Mia Book) by Mary Lee
Ages 2-6. Mia is excited for her first day of ballet! She learns how to be part of a team and that being perfect isn’t what is most important.
 
 
 
 
Giraffes Can’t Dance by Giles Andreae

Ages 2-4. Gerald the giraffe wants to dance. But dancing like everyone else is hard for a giraffe! Gerald learns to find his music and style in this adorable book about self-esteem and how it’s okay to be different.

 
 
 
A Dance of Friendship (Angelina Ballerina) by Katharine Holabird

Ages 3-6. When Angelina’s new friend joins ballet class, she gets all the attention! Angelina learns about jealousy and how to say she’s sorry to keep her friendship and her ballet class strong.

 
 
 
Dancing in the Wings by Debbie Allen

Ages 4-8. Sassy is a bit out of place in her class. But she wants to be recognized for her skills when a famous director comes to visit. Sassy learns about persistence, self-esteem and self-control.

 
 
 
 
 
 
Tap-Dance Fever by Pat Brisson

Ages 5-7. Annabelle is a born dancer. She just can’t stop herself from tapping everywhere she goes! When a misunderstanding gets her into a bit of trouble, everyone asks her to stop. But when the truth comes out, she’s free to let her talent shine again.

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