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Top 10 Reasons for bringing Dance into your routine:

Boost memory
Improve flexibility
Reduce stress
Diminish depression
Help your heart
Lose weight
Balance better
Increase energy
Improves communication skills
Make friends!

Why Is Dance
important?

Dance is basic to learning. Children learn most readily from experience. When children are provided with creative movement problems that involve the selection of movement choices, they learn to think in the concrete reality of movement. Thus, learning the art of dance helps young children develop knowledge, skill, and understanding about the world.

Dance helps children develop literacy. To the young child, verbal language and movement are entwined. Preverbal movement expression does not cease when a child develops language. The road to literacy involves the translation of movement expression and communication into words. Learning language and learning dance are not separate threads, but are woven together and incorporated into a fabric of communication and understanding.

Not certain that dance is for your family? Here’s one final reason to consider: Research proves there is a strong link between involvement in the arts and increased educational achievement. In fact, one study showed that “students who participate in the arts are not only more likely to participate in a math and science fair, but also out-perform their peers on the SATs by 87 points” (www.artsusa.org). These educational benefits are gained by students regardless of their socioeconomic status.