Movement for Creativity
CreativeKid: Street Rhythm and Dance (On-Site classes)
CreativeKid Street Rhthym and Dance® is a premier ON-SITE (we do not have a studio) program in OKC. We DO NOT HAVE A STUDIO - we offer instruction at Child-Care Facilities, Churches, Parks & Recs, and some elementary after-school locations AT THEIR SITES. All of our instructors are professionals (i.e., degree'd in dance, or professional resume). So we can offer to "BRING THE STUDIO TO YOU" - conveniently offering studio quality instruction, without the need to transport your child to and from a studio in the evenings or weekends. Most locations we serve are "closed enrollment" - meaning your child would have to attend the facility to participate in our program. However, several do offer "open enrollment." Let us know your area, and we'll try to find a suitable location that we serve for you. Our mission • to provide professional quality dance instruction for ages 10 & up, at church, child care centers, parks & recreation facilities, public and private schools; • and to enhance the enrichment programs of all on-site locations. We are committed to quality dance training, taught by talented dance teachers in OKC. We are reliable and prepared, with well-planned, age-appropriate lessons. They enjoy the children, and welcome parents to observe at any time. CreativeKid classes are structured, yet flexible to meet the needs of students who need to have fun while learning.
Get down and rock the floor because this is street R&D! This camp taught a variety of street-dance basics as well as team building, self-expression, reflection, self-discipline, and problem solving. Together with their crew, CreativeKid campers show the world what they're made of!
Through guided creative movement activities, participants will learn dance fundamentals and explore the elements of body, energy, space, and time to create and perform original dance compositions.
• Recognize dance as an art form and use movement as a tool to express an idea or feeling.
• Understand that dance can improve one's strength, flexibility, balance, and coordination.
• Demonstrate respect for movements created and/or performed by their peers.
• Gain a working knowledge of terminology specific to basic elements of dance.
• Learn to identify and execute locomotor and non-locomotor movements.
• Learn to incorporate the use of different levels (low, medium, and high) for movement.
• Experience and utilize different dynamic qualities (heavy/light, quick/slow, direct/indirect) of movement.
Check the tentative daily schedule for the camp!
Class 9:00 - 10:30
Snack 10:30 - 10:40
Quiet Break 10:40 - 11:00
Class 11:00 - 12:30
Lunch 12:30 - 1:00
Recess 1:00 - 1:30
Class 1:30 - 2:30
Snack 2:30 - 2:40
Active Break 2:40 - 3:00
Class 3:00 - 4:00