In the second programme the dance depicts the god Krishan overcoming a demon.
Indian classical and bhangra dance
Krishnan vs the demon
The mood is upbeat for the third programme of the unit as pupils work on a bhangra inspired sequence.
The final programme of the unit is a traditional celebration with elements incorporated from a number of the dance sequences.
Theme park rides
The first programme is inspired by a giant rollercoaster ride.
The haunted house
In the second programme the movements are inspired by a haunted house.
The swinging sixties
Richard Lloyd King invites pupils to 'do the twist'.
From the beach to the moon
A programme which starts with The Beach Boys and ends with Neil Armstrong walking on the moon.
1. Kayaking and rock climbing
The first extreme sports dance is inspired by kayaking, rock climbing and snowboarding.
2. Wind-surfing and sky-diving
The second extreme sports dance is inspired by wind-surfing and sky-diving.
The first of three special street dance programmes.
The second of three special street dance programmes.
The final programme in this unit focusing on street dance.
Extended music sequences from the series allowing pupils to dance without the instructions.
1. Roman invasion
The first dance session is inspired by the Roman invasion and includes making a testudo.
2. Towns and buildings
The second dance session focuses on Roman towns and buildings, including Hadrian's Wall.
3. Customs and pastimes
The final dance session focuses on Roman customs - including Roman gladiators.
The reign of King Henry 8th
1. The young king
The early years of King Henry 8th's reign explored through dance and movement for KS2.
2. The golden years
The reign of Henry 8th and life in Tudor England explored through movement and dance.
3. Defending the realm
The first dance session in the unit is inspired by rollercoasters.
2. The Haunted House
The second dance session is inspired by a scary ride through the Haunted House.
In the gym
1. Pulse rates rising!
The moves in this dance sessions focus on an upper body workout, followed by lower body.
2. Complete workout
In the second session all the sequences are added together to create a complete workout.
South American Carnival
1. Getting ready
In the first session pupils show off costumes before practising samba dance moves.
2. Carnival steps
Session two has group work for pupils to combine flag patterns and make a samba school.
3. Carnival parade
In the final dance session pupils create a themed dance and their own Carnival parade.
1. Down the mine
This KS2 dance resource focuses on Victorian children working underground in coal mines.
2. Life in service
This KS2 dance resource explores children working 'in service' as domestic servants.
3. At the mill
This KS2 dance resource explores what life was like for Victorian children in a mill.
Movement and dance skills for pupils aged 9 - 11.
Wonders of the world
1. From the Great Wall of China to the Taj Mahal
Today's dance sessions is inspired by two outstanding buildings from around the world.
2. From the Pyramids of Giza to the Colosseum
Today's dances are inspired by two world famous human landmarks from Egypt and Italy.
3. From Machu Picchu to the Great Barrier Reef
The final dance session in the unit travels to Machu Picchu and the Great Barrier Reef.
1. Snow sports
Dances inspired by Winter Olympic snow sports - including skiing and snowboarding.
2. Ice sports
Today's dance is based on Winter Olympic ice sports, including skating and bobsleigh.
3. Winter sports mix
The final winter sports dance mixes elements from both snow sports and ice sports.
Spring in the garden
2. Plants on the move
The second of three dance sessions inspired by changes in the garden during Spring.
3. Birds on the move
The final of three dance sessions inspired by changes in the garden during Spring.
2. Bees and seeds
Pete Hillier has a dance session for Spring exploring bees, pollen and seed dispersal.
Nina and the Neurons: Noisy Bodies
Nina and her helpers find out how our bodies digest the food we eat.
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