Fort Simpson, NT: February 22-23, 2020 DANCEPL3Y Preschool

Fort Simpson, NT: February 22-23, 2020 DANCEPL3Y Preschool

taught by Amanda Grobbecker
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Course description

DANCEPL3Y Preschool Instructor Training 

This course is designed for individuals who would like to teach fun and engaging Physical Literacy-based Dance classes at the Preschool age level.

In course, you'll learn how to teach dances in a way that meets the needs of younger movers ages 3-5!

You'll also learn songs and moves to music that was specifically designed by Nathan Short and Melanie Levenberg to develop physical literacy through dance.

BONUS! Music downloads for the Preschool Program Core Playlist (10 songs) are **included** in your course!*


Saturday, February 22, 2020 9am - 5pm

Sunday, February 23, 2020 9am - 5pm

Łı́ı́dlı̨́ı̨́ Kų́ę́ Regional High School
9909 100 St
Fort Simpson, NT
X0E 0N0



In order to complete your course and become a Certified DANCEPL3Y Preschool Program provider, you must submit a video of yourself leading all 10 songs from the Core Playlist to a group of children ages 3-5. Following your successful practicum assessment, you'll be eligible to become a licensed DANCEPL3Y Preschool Program provider through our Instructor Membership Program.
Membership fees range depending on your current status as a Certified DANCEPL3Y Instructor and type of membership you hold. Memberships start at only $99/year.

About the DANCEPL3Y Preschool Program Building the foundations for dance through rhythms, fundamental movement skills and playful group formations, young movers will discover a love of dance as they leap, hop, crawl, turn, spin and jump into their “Bubble of Awesome”. DANCEPL3Y Preschool allows children ages 3-5 to discover dance in a playful and interACTIVE way through creative story lines and music that MOVES them.

Amanda Grobbecker
Amanda Grobbecker
Master Trainer

Amanda grew up an active individual. Playing every sport, running, swimming… and most anything you could think of. Upon University graduation she worked at the University of Waterloo - working with students and developing student engagement. Though much of her time at the University was in a mental capacity, she always found a way to add some active fitness component! In 2011, while still living in Ontario, Amanda began to teach some fitness classes on the side of her regular day job. It wasn't until 2012, when she moved to Yellowknife that she turned to fitness full-time! Over the past seven years Amanda has brought a number of active fitness programs to the Northwest Territories for both kids and adults. In her first few years in Yellowknife Amanda was awarded the Innovation Award from the NWT Recreation and Parks Association for her work. She has been to all 33 communities in the NWT delivering these active programs. Amanda is excited to bring DANCEPL3Y to the North and keep supporting the communities in providing active, healthier lifestyles! 

Course Curriculum

Program Overview
Program Manual and Standards
Preschool - Core Playlist - Choreography Videos
Preschool - Core Playlist - Music Downloads
Preschool - Core Playlist - Choreography Notes
Post-Course: Completing Your Certification
Certification Video Submission