“Hurry! Price Increases Coming Soon!”

November 15, 2021


Brenda Pugh McCutchen, DBA Dance Curriculum Designs, LLC


This advance notice to our valued customers comes as the holidays approach and the school year nears midterm. It is a “heads-up” to expect to see price increases on most of the dance education resources at Dance Curriculum Designs coming soon. Unfortunately, these price increases are necessary to keep pace with the rapid rise in inflation during 2021 which has affected cost increases on all of our goods and services–everything from the cost of raw materials, paper, and printing, to the cost of transporting and shipping the D.C.D. products.

Price increases go into effect around November 25, 2021.

Customers have ten days to place orders under our former pricing structure in addition to using the old shipping table before price increases to both of them go into effect. For further cost-savings, also note that “Bundled” products provide a discount to customers as well. So this is the time to get more for less US dollars.


As you know, www.dancecurriculumdesigns.com is the “sole source” for McCutchen-designed dance teacher resources that “inform and inspire” dance students of all ages along with their teachers. You might say our resources are priceless. If dance literacy is important to you and you want to boost your students’ literacy in dance, if you want to meet or exceed national standards in dance education, and if you are familiar with my foundations textbook, Teaching Dance as Art in Education, turn to these 6DC educational dance resources which I designed to support the national standards and the kind of holistic educational dance practice that is described in this textbook.  Those who add this important layer of conceptual understanding to their teaching see amazing results.  Why not start with a toolkit like Toolkit 1:  Viewing Dance—Vocabularies for Critiquing if you haven’t tried it yet?



Brenda Pugh McCutchen–author of Teaching Dance as Art in Education; Choreographic Impulses—to Explore, Experiment, and Abstract; and numerous teacher-inspired educational dance resources—is a former state-level arts administrator and award-winning professor of dance education. McCutchen, T. Curran, and J. Mearns are the three prime movers of her state’s “Dance Teacher as Artist” series of intensive institutes for certified dance specialists in South Carolina—a program of the SC Department of Education.