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Leading Adults Through Toddler Dance Class: Part 2

When young dancers are accompanied by an adult for class it's not enough to just keep the child engaged. A dance teacher has the added challenge of keeping the grown-up active in their participation. In part two of this series on Grown-up and Me classes, Maria provides tips for keeping the adults happy, too.
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