** Dance Class for ages 2 & 3 **

Creative Movement is a fun way for little ones to explore movement through music, dance, and storytelling. During a creative movement class, children can simultaneously develop motor skills, rhythmic awareness, coordination, and balance in a fun and safe environment.

What is creative movement?

Students will learn all about movement as they learn warm-ups and different dance styles throughout the year. Children will be asked to move to different music however they seem fit. The teacher and dancers will work together to choreograph a dance routine that can be shared with friends and fmaily at the last class. They will have the chance to create and move freely in this class. A great beginner dance course for kids who love to move and wiggle. Costumes are not provided for this class.

What to know?

  • Students would be part of a small performance showing for friends and family at RTA on the last class.
  • Costumes fees are not included in this class.
  • Children who are fully potty trained and able to use the bathroom independently are allowed to be left on site.
  • Children who need bathroom assistance should always have a caregiver on site.
  • Parents are allowed to participate with their children, but this is not expected.

Instructor: Miss Abby

Members $95 / Non-members $105


Creative Movement (Fall)

Thursday, 3:30-4:00pm
(8 weeks) September 22 – November 10, 2022   /   (make up date if class is canceled November 17)


Creative Movement (Winter 1)

Thursday, 3:30-4:00pm
(8 weeks) December 1 – January 26, 2023  /  (no class December 29 / make-up date if class is canceled February 2)


Creative Movement (Winter 2)

Thursday, 3:30-4:00pm
(8 weeks) February 9 – April 6, 2023  /  (no class February 23 / make-up date if class is canceled April 13)



Meet the instructor!


Abby Nolette

Abby is a recent graduate of Kennebunk High School. She plans on getting a minor in psychology, majoring in dance and education. She is attending the University of Southern Maine for the year, planning on attending Roger Williams University for the 2022/2023 year. She has worked with children most of her life, leading them to discover and create. Abby has been dancing for almost 15 years. She has been dancing at River Tree arts since the start of the dance program and has been assisting since. She will be teaching the younger dancers, along with Irish steps.