Prima Princessa’s DVD presentations have been wow-ing little ballerinas (and balleros) for years. Here’s a little bit more about the series:
Created by two mompreneurs, Prima Princessa DVDs feature an enchanting, kid-friendly combination of professional ballet performances and ballet dance lessons. In each show, the pretty ballerina fairy, Prima Princessa, takes a group of preschool age children to see a condensed version of a classical ballet. In between acts the children practice ballet steps from the ballets that are demonstrated by students from the School of American Ballet, the official academy of the New York City Ballet. Grab that ballerina tutu! This series is designed to get children ages 3-6 up and dancing ballet. Bonus features include fun preschool activities such as easy kids crafts, a girls tea party, and freeze dancing.
I’m super excited to help announce the arrival of their 3rd DVD: Prima Princessa Presents Sleeping Beauty! This DVD is no less stellar than Prima Princessa’s past two volumes. In fact, I have to say it’s our favorite thus far! The orchestral music from Sleeping Beauty has always been my favorite — and the ballet footage on this new DVD is breathtakingly beautiful! It contains edited portions from the Royal Ballet’s presentation of this performance, just long enough for little attention spans. (And of course, the ballet scenes are broken up into segments with interactive “try this” activities in between each!)
“Prima Princessa Presents Sleeping Beauty,” is a 60-minute special program for children 3-6 years old that parents will fall in love with too. Join the animated ballerina, Prima Princessa as she takes a group of young children to see a shortened version of the balletThe Sleeping Beauty, performed by England’s famous Royal Ballet. Prima Princessa narrates the story of the ballet so the plot is easy to follow. Between acts young viewers are encouraged to get up and dance along to short and simple demonstrations of ballet steps, featuring students from the School of American Ballet, one of the best ballet schools in the country. The adventure continues with a fun tea party and crafting bonus features following the main feature.
Don’t forget to check out Prima Princessa’s Tutu Zone — a blog with all sorts of fun and creative things such as:
~ Free coloring pages
~ A ballet dictionary
~ Preschool games
~ A list of ballet schools, academies, and camps
~ Shopping links to tutus and other fun things
~ Tons of cute craft ideas for parents and kids to do together!
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