What Moms Are Saying
Here’s a sampling of fun photos that moms around the world have sent us of their darling children dancing along to Prima Princessa!
The DVD is awesome! It shows you clips of Swan Lake preformed by the Paris Opera Ballet and then shows you the Ballet moves to learn and then shows clips of Students from the School of American Ballet & little prima Princessa Ballerinas doing the moves. My lovebug loved the Jete’ the most.
She was even sad when it stopped
Seriously…how cute is this!
She is practicing her pirouettes and twirles!
Now if she could just get that leg up!
But the best part (aside from the animated ballerina who narrates the DVD) is that it engages your little “student” of ballet and gets her involved in the movements all while teaching basic ballet terminology! It’s like the Baby Einstein of ballet!
When I received the DVD Prima Princessa presents Swan Lake I was amazed at how well my little one took to the video.
We put the DVD in and she just loved the Prima Princessa cartoon Fairy. When ever she came on the screen she just love it she would jump up and down. My youngest just loves music, dancing and colorful things.
Prima Princessa was viewed by both of my daughter’s and my five year old niece. We spent an evening watching and dancing to Swan Lake, and learning some basic moves. Knowing how much dance means to my daughter I was thrilled to receive a copy of Prima Princessa to review. Oh by the way isn’t she cute in her recital costume?
Prima Princessa brings real performances of Swan Lake by the Paris Opera Ballet right into your living room and more! My tiny ballerina Belle loved watching the other children on the screen and danced right along with them. Before I knew it she had dressed herself in one of her favorite leotards, her slippers, a tiara, and fairy wings and it was back to Swan Lake.
We popped in Prima Princessa presents Swan Lake… if you could only have seen our family room filled with 6 children dancing along with the ballet and students! Their mouths dropped open and they were mesmerized.
Even my 2-year-old wanted to join in and dance with her sisters.
I knew that my girls would love it. What I didn’t expect was how much they would LOVE it. And they’ve asked to watch it again… And again. So far their only disappointment has been when their ‘dance clothes’ aren’t clean for them to wear while watching and dancing.
I love how the girls watched the movie, laying down listening to every part of it. I had originally thought that they would be dancing the whole time. Afterwards, they put on tutu’s and danced around the room, hallway, kitchen and dining room.