By Amy Junor

Pictures mix with energetic illustrations and fascinating, age-appropriate tales in DK Readers, a multilevel examining software absolute to catch kid's curiosity whereas constructing their analyzing abilities and basic wisdom. My First Ballet Recital is the tale of a girl's training for her first ballet functionality, the place she and her classmates can blow their own horns all they have realized.

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Many ballets tell stories, so ballet dancers have to tell a story without using words. Emotions have to be clear so that the audience can understand what is happening. The class practice lots of expressions, such as happy, sad, scared, and angry. They express these emotions with actions. April stomps to show she is angry. Jamie dances with light movements to appear happy. Happy 32 Angry Sad Shy 33 Another really important part of performing is creating a character. To help create a character, Anna teaches them about make-up.

Jamie presents them with a bouquet of pink and white flowers nearly as big as herself! Then she thanks their special guests for showing them so many wonderful things. Amy accepts the flowers from the class with a curtsey. 30 31 The next week, Jamie is so excited about class that she is the first person there! “Today, we are going to learn about storytelling and expressions,” says Anna. Many ballets tell stories, so ballet dancers have to tell a story without using words. Emotions have to be clear so that the audience can understand what is happening.

Emotions have to be clear so that the audience can understand what is happening. The class practice lots of expressions, such as happy, sad, scared, and angry. They express these emotions with actions. April stomps to show she is angry. Jamie dances with light movements to appear happy. Happy 32 Angry Sad Shy 33 Another really important part of performing is creating a character. To help create a character, Anna teaches them about make-up. Make-up for the stage must be exaggerated so that the audience can still see it, even though they sit quite far away.

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