Our World Book Day dance workshops link literacy and physical creativity. We love turning books into fantastic dances, to inspire and excite your pupils.
Books are such a wonderful way to open up a new world of fantasy and learning. Reading books with your pupils, or family is a bonding and rewarding experience.
We will tailor our World Book Day dance workshops for KS1 and KS2. We also make it very appealing to both boys and girls.
Which book to choose?
Your whole school might be focusing on one particular book, so we can use that as our inspiration.
Or you might like us to choose a good book to base our dance workshops around. We have done many book inspired workshops, focusing on all the different characters in the book, or just the story it’s self.
Take a look at some of our blogs where we have taught some fun World Book Day dance workshops.
We took Shakespeare’s ‘Potion’ Scene from Romeo and Juliet and made it into a creative dance for KS2.
Roald Dahl themed dance workshops, using some of his different stories
The Jumanji book turned into a dance
Key Stage one Julia Donaldson book themed dance workshops
We carefully choose the music we use for our Book themed dance workshops to inspire children and link to the story. Especially for boys who might be not as familiar with dance, we have found that using interesting music works really well for children.