Kinderdance of Delaware Valley

Kinderdance of Delaware Valley

Children's movement, fitness, & dance taught on site at daycare, childcare, & community centers. Un Owner/Operator: April Joy Ramos

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Photos from Kinderdance of Delaware Valley's post 08/05/2022

I get it..parenting, juggling, balancing. As long as you're doing it in love, Mommas, it's enough. Enjoy your day 😘


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Happy Thanksgiving!!!


❤ may we practice gratitude to/with ourselves for what we have in life. May we demonstrate gratitude, even for simple things in the community, at work, at home. And may we especially be enthusiastically thankful for the giving gestures from the children in our lives.


some interesting dance history in honor of the day.

Yvonne Chouteau, Rosella Hightower, Moscelyne Larkin, and Maria and Marjorie Tallchief: the five Oklahoma ballerinas of Native American heritage who commanded the world of international ballet during the 20th century. They were known as The Five Moons. Maria Tallchief, Marjorie Tallchief, and Rosella Hightower are also ABT Legends! Today, in celebration and observance of , we recognize the achievements of these five women, and the struggles they faced, and their successes.

The group came to be known as the Five Moons after the title of commemorative statues of them that were created in Oklahoma. Even at the end of their artistic careers, they remained poised in the hearts and minds of the ballet world, admired for their strength, fortitude, and unmatched talent. Their courage, passion and perseverance propelled them to perform on the world’s greatest stages and leave a lasting mark on the dance world.

In August 2021, the legendary ballerinas were honored by the University of Oklahoma School of Dance in the first annual Five Moons Dance Festival. OU Dance

Marjorie Tallchief (Osage): the first Native American to be named “premiere danseuse etoile" or principal dancer of the Opéra national de Paris.
Maria Tallchief (Osage): the first prima ballerina of the New York City Ballet.
Yvonne Chouteau (Shawnee): the youngest dancer ever accepted to the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo.
Rosella Hightower (Choctaw): critically acclaimed dancer in Paris and New York.
Moscelyne Larkin (Eastern Shawnee-Peoria): toured Europe and the Americas with the Original Ballet Russe.

Read more about the Five Moons in The New York Times:

📷: Moscelyne Larkin, Yvonne Chouteau (center, on floor), Marjorie Tallchief, and Rosella Hightower in photo from around 1957. Credit: The University of Tulsa, McFarlin Library, Department of Special Collections & University Archives. Featured in The New York Times.

The U.S. Postal Service Honors Tap Dance on a New Series of Stamps 19/08/2021

Postage stamps to highlight the uniquely American art forms of TAP DANCE ❤

The U.S. Postal Service Honors Tap Dance on a New Series of Stamps How do you capture the history and vitality of tap dance on a postage stamp? That was the question Dr. Janet Schroeder wrestled with when, in late 2019, a company that contracts with the United States Postal Service on stamp design asked her to serve as a subject-matter consultant as it considered a...


Dance and movement...a way of communicating who we are and what we feel and what we hope for..whether as profession or in your kitchen. A most valuable expression for our children. Thank you once again Mr Rogers.

"We all have different gifts, so we all have different ways of saying to the world who we are.” - Fred Rogers ❤️


International dance day 2021!!!!

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