Tips for How to Be a Ballerina
So You Want to Be a Ballerina! Ballet is an amazing dance form. Studying ballet gives one confidence, strength and grace. Little budding ballerinas under age 6 start with creative movement classes where they can dress up in tutus and move expressively to music. Starting at age 6, children will benefit from a more structured beginner ballet class. As students become even more serious they can try out to study with a ballet school affiliated with a ballet company. With hard work and a passion for dance, you can be a ballerina too!
Beginner Ballet Book for all ages
Ballet Shows with Real Ballets & Lessons too! DVD or Download - ages 3-6
Dance along and enjoy the fun! Prima Princessa's kids shows feature world-class ballet narrated by an animated ballerina. Practice dance steps you just watched performed on stage with ballet students from the School of American Ballet, the official academy of the New York City Ballet. These Kids Shows for ages 3 to 6. Prima Princessa presents The Nutcracker features the England's Birmingham Royal Ballet, Prima Princess presents Sleeping Beauty features the Royal Ballet of London, Prima Princessa Presents Swan Lake features the Paris Opera Ballet. Be a Ballerina Now with Prima Princessa!
Easy & Fun Ballerina Crafts
Instructions for Ballerina Crafts
Draw on ballerina's face, hair and slippers with a permanent marker on clothespin as in photo. Make the face is over the split in clothespin as in photo. Next draw a heart on clothespin for the top of tutu dress or glue a small piece of fabric onto the clothes pin. Third glue on pompoms or strips of ribbon for the skirt part to middle of clothespin. Lastly, you can glue a bead on top of your ballerinas hat to give her a little crown.
Material List for Ballerina Crafts
Permanent Markers - assorted colors
PomPoms - assorted colors
Ribbon - thin kind used on many presents
Fabric Scraps - optional