Caution, jokes, music, movement, fun, dance, stories. What and how children learn from all this?


The work of Dance in Child Education is well planned and consciously applied by all teaching staff, ensuring the interest, physical and mental health of the student.

MODULE I was created by the management of the Petite Danse School and represents the program and content developed especially for children’s classes.

Theatrical games are a great way to develop a child’s relationship to one’s own body, to another’s body, to space and objects. They are construction games in which consciousness is worked in a gradual way towards the articulation of theatrical artistic language. In this way it is possible to achieve goals related to the teaching of dance without the child going through repetitive exercises and inadequate to psychomotor development.


  • Preparation I – 3 years and children 2 (who are 3 years old until April)
  • Preparation II – 4 years and children of 3 (who are 4 years old by April)
  • Pre-ballet I – 5 years and children of 4 (who are 5 years old until April)
  • Pre-ballet II – 6 years and children of 5 (who make 6 until April)

To further facilitate learning and interest and motivation of students, we use a wide variety of didactic material; not only for psychomotor development, but also to arouse curiosity and attention for activities: balls of different sizes, bows, scarves, flowers, costumes, ropes, elastics, cloths, theater games, musical instruments, etc.