Tiny ballerinas pranced around in tutus Aug. 4 to Aug. 9, in preparation for their “Sleeping Beauty” performance in front of their families.
Six campers, ages 3 to 6, met from noon to 3 p.m. each day and made an activity book that included ballet terminology and the story of “Sleeping Beauty.” They learned basic ballet steps and practiced their dance for an hour each day.
By the Numbers
20 Total campers for the summer
Six campers Aug. 4 to Aug. 9 with white tutus
Steps learned: Plié, Tendu, En Pointe, Relevé, Sauté
Siena Cook and Roselyn Wagner
What did you guys do this week?
Roselyn: We colored these pages.
Have you been learning how to dance?
What is your favorite part of the dance?
Siena: The wedding part.
What do your costumes look like?
Roselyn: We are wearing white tutus and a feather hat for the blue bird dance.
Do you guys want to be ballerinas one day?
Siena: Yes, I might be a fashion model, though.
What did you guys learn this week?
Roselyn: We learned the story of “Sleeping Beauty.”
Who is coming to see you guys perform today?
Siena: My mom and dad.
What do you think your parents will say after they see your performance?
Roselyn: They are going to say, “You are great.”
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