We love having large viewing windows into our studios so parents and guests can share in the fun of dance class. Being able to view parts of class each week provides a great opportunity to see parts of class so you can ask your child about it later. Or maybe you’ll notice a part of class your child particularly enjoys and you can encourage them to recreate it at home.
If you notice your child looking for you in the window or trying to communicate with you, this is a sign that your presence is distracting to them. If that happens try standing a little ways back from the window or finding a spot where you can see your dancer in the mirror, but they can’t directly see you. We want to keep your dancer’s attention fully on class, while you get to look on as they learn and grow and conquer their goals!