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WINNER 2015 Small Business Awards
Outstanding Educational Service 2015

Munchie Movers Dance Concerts
Saturday 19th December 2015
On Sale Saturday 28th November 9am

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About Us

Does your child LOVE music? Are they Dancing, Singing and Twirling all the time?

Munchie Movers prides itself on their developmentally appropriate dance and movement programs for babies, toddlers and children.
Children are born to move and learn best through play and discovery. Both you and your little one will LOVE the benefits of our fun and interactive dance and movement classes


CHILDREN LOVE TO DANCE AND PARENTS LOVE THE BENEFITS!

Our programs were first conceived under the Ministry of Dance studio when it was established in 2006 and has been at its core from the beginning.

From early milestones of gross and fine motor skills, to cognitive learning and creative play, our unique lessons increase school readiness and provide a strong foundation for academic learning.

The curriculum provides six dance programs, for children aged 12 months to 8 years olds. Our programs focus on developing the whole child and follow the Early Years Learning Framework.

Our lessons are unique as we combine different genres including jazz, tap and ballet as well as hip hop, breakdancing, and acrobatics for a comprehensive learning experience.

Our Program:

  • Encourage the development of the child physically and emotionally
  • Encourage trust and emotional security in the child
  • Support social and emotional development by promoting an environment that encouraged autonomy
  • Provides a safe environment & opportunities for children to interact with each other & express themselves freely

Our Approach:

  • Is developmentally and linguistically appropriate
  • Recognise the unique characteristics of each child
  • Is inclusive and encouraging of children with disabilities
  • Is a safe and fun based learning program

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John J. Ratey, MD, Harvard Medical School