Physical Education KS2: The 'KB hop' in street dance

Kenrick ‘H20’ Sandy from Alesha's Street Dance Stars teaches the 'KB hop' as used in street dance.

Kenrick begins by demonstrating the move slowly without music and with clear directions.

The focus is on the lower body but he discusses being free with the hands, having fun and letting go.

The music is then added and he performs the move to the beat.

This clip is from the series Street Dance Masterclass.

Teacher Notes

The movement can be broken down and incorporated into any dance piece to demonstrate grooves or be used as a reference for social dance style.

Curriculum Notes

This clip will be relevant for teaching Physical Education or Dance at Key Stage 2 or Second Year in Scotland.

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