Free-Printable Resources for Salvation Army Dance Teachers!
Whether you are a beginner or seasoned dance teacher in the Salvation Army, free resources are always helpful! So, take a look below to see if any of these nifty printables would help you bring your dancers a step closer to success.
Dance Report Card – Print out a Dance Report Card for each of your students and send home a progress report to encourage your dancers. This is a great way to begin the parent-teacher connection and gage your dancers development.
Ultimate Ballet Vocabulary – A table outlining many of the most popular ballet terms, their meaning and how to execute steps.
How To Choreograph A Dance For Salvation Army Events by Kathryn Higgins– A step-by-step guide to choreographing dances for corps programs and larger scale events. Use this to guide your process or spark new ideas!
Star Search Permission Form– An editable word document to send home with each of your Star Search dance team members. This is an unofficial form, used to instill a sense of ownership in your dancers and to establish commitment from the students as well as parents.