Dance Academy – Brief synopsis and review by 7 year old Little One.
Ever since Little One was teeny tiny, she has always had a love reserved especially for dance.
When she was in Junior Kindergarten, I enrolled her in dance at Maja’s Classical School of Dance, and she loved it! The only problem was that as work commitments and the farm became more demanding, coupled with other activities, and with me traveling off-Island for work so much, I wasn’t able to bring Little One to ballet in her second year. I felt badly, because I know that she loved it. I just didn’t want to commit to anything that I knew I couldn’t dedicate the time for. In hindsight, it sounds terrible and it sounds like I wasn’t as dedicated to dance as my little one was. The truth is, I was becoming one seriously worn out Mama who was burning the candle at both ends.
Little One was upset, because she really enjoyed ballet and her dance teacher. She took a year off ballet, and then we found out that some of her friends were taking jazz/ballet at a dance studio closer to our farm. Little One was excited because though she loves ballet, she is also interested in other styles of dance like jazz and hip hop.
Why all this talk of dance?
It explains a lot about why Little One’s favourite Netflix show is Dance Academy.
Here’s Little One’s little review of the Australian show.
Check out why Dance Academy is Little One’s favourite show at the moment.
Do you have a dancer in your house? If yes, then you definitely have to check out Dance Academy on Netflix!
Disclaimer – As a member of the Netflix Canada #StreamTeam, I receive special Netflix Canada perks and insight. All thoughts and opinions expressed on this blog are honest and my own (except for this one, since the review is by my 7 year old daughter).