Regardless of your experience, this book and accompanying web resource will enable you to plan and deliver age-appropriate learning experiences for your children. Complete Guide to Primary Dance offers
A progressive framework for learning and teaching. There are three posters covering the primary stage.
A comprehensive overview for teachers of dance in education from 3 to 11 years, which outlines the learning and teaching strands of composing, performing and appreciating.
An essential addition to every dance teachers resource library. Produced by Youth Dance England.
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A downloadable pdf providing you a range of ideas from the use of Flamenco to Australian Aboriginal dance, plus a list of additional resources to help you and your pupils explore what cultural diversity means to them.
A compilation of ideas ranging from dancing outside, exploring the Olympic legacy to using stories as way into creating dance material with primary school pupils.
A handy guide from the Council for Subject Associations on how to incorporate Assessment for Learning into all your lessons.
A collection of dance ideas for Primary pupils, written by ‘Hands On’.
In these two concise downloads, aimed for Reception to Yr 6 pupils, ‘Hands On’ provides a range of stimuli, music ideas and movement experiences for teachers to explore.
A unit of work for Reception years exploring the use of space, shapes and varied movements.
A downloadable pdf providing you with six comprehensive lesson plans, aimed for pupils 4-5 years, which covers learning objectives and teaching guides. The lessons use the stories of Humpty Dumpty and Winnie the Pooh as a stimulus for creative exploration of movements.
Giraffes can dance and so can your class! This is unit of work is a great way to introduce dance to Foundation Stage pupils whilst making literacy and geographical links.
dancematters our termly publication consists of more dance resources which is available to all our members online. A valuable resource for any teacher or dance specialist.
dancematters keeps you up to date on what’s happening with dance and arts education. You receive dancematters as part of your membership to NDTA. To have access to both the current edition and our archive visit our 'Join the NDTA’ page.