(WSVN) — If your little girl loves to dress up and dance, or have a tea party and play princess, have we got the summer camp for them. 7’s Lynn Martinez shows us in today’s Parent to Parent.
From ballet to bubbles, this camp is every little girl’s dream.
At Le Petit Studio in North Miami, girls as young as two slip on their tutus and dance under the instruction of a former professional ballet dancer.
Belinda Zaret: “I started dancing when I was 6 years old in France.”
Zaret said learning dance at a young age gave her confidence, something she wants to pass on to her students.
During the camp, the girls get pointers on form and a leg up on terms.
Belinda Zaret: “They learn names, arabesque, even if they don’t do it properly yet because they’re tiny.”
Because even toddlers have something to learn in tutu’s.
Belinda Zaret: “They learn discipline, coordination.”
And the parents get to see their pint size pliet-ers get better every week.
Parent, Lisa Reich: “I see the progression every time she comes, she does a little bit better, she knows a little more, she comes home and she dances a little bit more.”
Parent, Lisa Coton: “Actually sit down when it’s time to sit down, stretch your legs or tippy-toe and she wouldn’t do that before.”
So, if you have a child that marches to the beat of a different drum, there are tons of activities that can help them soar in this camp. Friday’s are a very special day.
Belinda Zaret: “We call it the Princess Academy camp. We put makeup on, nail polish. Every Friday we have a princess who comes and does a tea party with the girls.”
If your little one loves dressing up and dancing, this is the camp for your precious princess.
Lynn Martinez: The camp runs from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. and includes snacks.