Miss Michelle

Michelle Modrzejewski joined Hubbard Street Dance Chicago’s Education Department in 2014 and serves as the Community Programs Manager. She balances her time between teaching and managing Hubbard Street’s diverse in-school contracted partnerships, the Autism Project, the Parkinson’s Project, the Youth Dance Program’s ChoreoLab, and other community outreach.

Miss Ann

Anne Kasdorf has taught extensively throughout the Chicago area since 2005 and begins her fifth year on faculty with Hubbard Street’s Youth & Community Programs in the fall of 2016. She holds a BFA in Dance Performance & Choreography from Ohio University. As a performer and teaching artist of Zephyr Dance for seven seasons, she led several in-classroom, after-school and Chicago Park District residencies.

Creative Movement with Hubbard Street Dance Chicago

Creative Movement is a Reggio inspired dance program for grades Pre-K to grade 1 (ages 3-6).

Little movers thrive while exploring the world around them through dance and developing their movement skills. As children explore new and familiar dance concepts through their evolving gross motor skills, we’ll tell stories with movement while dancing together. Bring the joy of dance into your home today!

Hubbard Street’s Education Programs combine the creative mission of our performing company with our unique expertise in education. We bring students and schools into the world of dance by actively engaging them in creation, performance, and reflection. Classrooms become dynamic spaces of creative self-expression and empowered learning. We invite you to visit their website to learn more about their programs for young dancers.


  • Creative and imaginative thinking
  • Sensory awareness
  • Fine gross motor skills
  • Social skills
  • Language skills
  • Spatial awareness


  • 5 episodes
  • 5 fun creative movement activities
  • Story-based movement explorations
  • Suitable for at-home and in the backyard
  • Fun with friends and all the family


  • Growing Garden
  • Water Play
  • Transportation Travels
  • Visiting the Zoo
  • Let’s Cook