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KS1 Dance Lesson Plan: Spiderman

KS1 Drama/Dance Lesson Plan: Spiderman

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This dance activity would be a great addition to your superhero topic as it is based around Spiderman. The lesson plan encourages children to think about the different actions that Spiderman does and combine them altogether into a routine. This activity will help children to develop their sequencing skills and allow them to experience the fundamentals of dance in a fun environment.

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  1. Emma Lee

    Needed ideas for dance relating to super heroes and this helped.

  2. Emma

    This looks like a great resource

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