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Name of Activity:

I Like To Move It Social Connection Dance

Purpose of Activity:

To provide a warm up dance with a social connection. Students try to make eye/point contact to as many students as possible during the dance.

Prerequisites:

If using this dance to teach levels students will need prior knowledge of levels.

Suggested Grade Level:

3-5

Recommended music:

I Like To Move It (Crazy Frog version)

Beginning dance formation:

Lines or scattered

Description of Idea

I Like To Move It: Crazy Frog version Dance Steps Written Out

Video

Video (Takes you to YouTube.com)

Variations:

In small spaces the slides are done to the side every 4 counts.

In large spaces students can slide randomly any where in the area. This mixes up the students more so they can interact with a greater number of students when pointing to a classmate on "You like to Move It!"

Students can do the hand actions without the jumps during the I like to Move It section.

Students can jump in place instead of turn in a circle on the Bop, Bop, Bop section.

Students could do the same pose each time.

Assessment Ideas:

Students must pose low on the first post, medium on the second post and high on the third pose.

Partners create poses for each of the three poses. Level changes can be part of the directions.

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Submitted by Sandy Hagenbach who teaches at Heritage Elementary in De Pere, WI. Thanks for contributing to PE Central! Posted on PEC: 1/3/2018.

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