Giving You and Your Child A Great Start in Dance!


Welcome and congratulations! You made an amazing decision. 

Thank you for registering for classes at Dance Kids. It is our mission to give you and your child a great start in dance.

If you have any questions, simply email us:

Over the next few days, you can expect emails from us regarding things like:

  • what to bring to dance class,
  • more about our dance-at-home practice materials and 
  • other interesting information about our studio.

Staying Connected

  • Organization and communication are very important to us. 
  • Our primary form of communication is done via email and we also send text messages.
  • Our studio website should be your go-to spot for all things Dance Kids. 
  • Please be sure to add us to your contact list to ensure that you never miss an important message.

Stay tuned for more information and welcome!

Thank you again for trusting us with your child and supporting our studio.


What to Bring to Dance Class

Packing for dance class at Dance Kids is a breeze!

All you need is to:

  • Arrive in your uniform

    Ballet dancers:
    leotard, tights, skirt, ballet slippers 

    (Click here: ☞ Shop dancewear)

    Hip Hop dancers:

    t-shirt, jogging pants, runners

  • Label your dance shoes and pack them in a designated "dance bag"

  • Bring a labeled, refillable water bottle

  • Comfortable outdoor clothing, make sure to cover up before leaving the class

The Uniform

Dress for success! Now that you have decided to dance with us, it is time to prepare your child for success in the classroom by purchasing appropriate dancewear.

Skaters need skates, swimmers need swimsuits, music lessons need an instrument, dancers need dancewear.

Dancewear is an integral part of every dancer’s life. While parents may wish to buy dancewear that allows some growing room and lesser quality materials for a more cost-effective purchase, this is not advisable.

Dance clothing is intended to be ‘fitted’, and have a three-way stretch as part of the functions.

There is a safety aspect, too. For example, if leotards are too big and baggy, the teacher cannot see any postural problems. Slippers that are too large create an unsupported foot and not to mention, a trip hazard! 

Finally, studio uniforms are a way of adjustment and discipline, as well as representing the studio culture.

Everyone wearing the same clothing prepares students for a structured environment of formal behaviour.

Dancewear discipline is encouraged at Dance Kids!

Check out our dancewear store ⬇️



Again, welcome to our studio. We are so honored to have you here!