“When I grow up I want to have the best job in the world” and I have very much achieved that goal of becoming a Fairy Ballet Teacher. So many people say to me “Oh your job must be so fun and easy just dancing around and singing all day”… Well yes, it is very fun. But I definitely wouldn’t call it easy! Every single day and every single class has its own set of
A true story as recounted by The Fairy Shop Owner- Fairy Erin One of my earliest childhood memories is my very first day at Pre-School when I was 4 years old. I grew up in a large extended family, so while I had spend a lot of time away from my Mum before, it was always with a familiar family member up until today. The first day came along and I was so excited!
I don’t know about you, but personally I find it so difficult to make new friends in this day and age. With life being so fast paced and busy, we rarely find ourselves even having the time to consider forming and nurturing new friendships and it all just seems too hard. But life is very different when you are a three-year-old-Fairy-Ballerina! And one of my favourite things to observe in class is the precious
Oftentimes when new Fairy Ballerinas come along to the wonderful experience of Fairy Ballet it may be their very first time away from Mum or Dad… And what an honour for us teachers to be apart of such a special experience for your family as we are here to help & guide you through it. We have a unique set-up for our Fairy Ballet classes where all students age 2 and above go into the
Every Fairy Ballet class commences with the girls selecting their favourite rainbow, pink or sparkly scarf as a prop for their first 5 minutes of the lesson. I’m sure you have observed some little ones must have the same scarf each week, others are happy to let their teacher choose, and for others the fun is in having a different colour for each lesson. As the lesson begins, the children (and teachers) improvise or