International Dance Day


Learning, thought, creativity, and intelligence don’t just come from the brain alone but from the entire body. Movement combinations increase memory, order, and sequencing skills.

Creating dances also increases self-esteem, which is very important to learning. Knowing that dance has positive effects on students’ development, a #DanceActivity was organised at #Cambridge for the #KindergartenWing on 29th April to celebrate the International Dance Day.

The young learners displayed innovative dance moves with unique steps and rhythms as they happily moved their feet. Also, their repertoire of dance numbers was quite amazing! Some children choose to create their own dances, and that was a joy to watch.

Dance has also been proven to increase cognitive development.
Utilizing dance in academics also helps children develop skills that are necessary for learning, such as creativity, communication, critical thinking, and collaboration. Through the creative process, students were encouraged to use their imagination, collaborate with their peers to solve problems, and discover multiple solutions to challenges.

As the Kindergarten rocked the floor with their beautiful attire and moves, we hope that all of our children never lose their desire to play #music and #dance!