Ballet Games for Kids

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Ballet Games for Kids
Kids can explore the world of ballet through games. (beautiful girl ballerina to be on points image by Anatoly Tiplyashin from Fotolia.com)

Many young children dream of becoming ballet stars. Games allow kids to explore this fantasy by dressing up as ballerinas, choreographing dances and practicing steps. If they have access to a Nintendo Wii gaming system and computer, kids can learn new moves that will get them closer to their dream.

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Angelina Ballerina

The Angelina Ballerina website, dedicated to the children's TV show by the same name, has a large selection of activities and games. Click on the Fun & Games section to see a list. In Dance with Me, kids can practice ballet dance moves along with Angelina. Turn on your computer’s camera and kids can watch themselves dance on the screen.

GirlGames

GirlGames is a free website that features many ballerina games. Find the search bar in the upper-right corner of the page. Type "ballerina" or "ballet" into the search bar and click ‘"go" to find a list of games. A variety of ballerina dress-up games, such as Beautiful Ballerina, Ballerina Dancer, Baby Ballerina, and Pretty Ballet Dancer, wil appear.

Let’s Play Ballerina

In Let’s Play Ballerina, a ballet simulation game for the Nintendo Wii gaming system, kids can live out their dreams of becoming a ballet dancer. Kids play the role of a 12-year-old girl who is training at a ballet school. Using the Wii Balance Board, kids must learn real dance moves and routines from famous ballet pieces, such as the Nutcracker and Swan Lake. Players must handle the stress of being at a ballet school and making new friends, and can customise their dancer’s hair, clothes and outfits.

My Ballet Studio

In My Ballet Studio, another game for the Nintendo Wii, players practice ballet dance moves such as pirouettes plies as they study at a ballet school. Using the Wii Balance Board, players can track how well they are doing in learning the poses, and mini-games allow players to earn money to purchase accessories like tutus and tiaras.

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