Group Activities for students- Dance Party Ideas Promote Fitness

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This spontaneous dancing game teaches how to move as a team. We are playing with about 90 children, from kindergarten to 5th grade. This game is versatile, each snake could have two participants or can have 30+. This game is a crowd favorite, and sure to get your blood pumping.

Each line is considered the snake. The head of the snake leads the rest of the body (other students) throughout the room. The head is also the MUSE (dance leader), creating the movement inspiration for the rest of the group. The snakes must work together to stay close and not run into other snakes.

Find out more about MUVE at There are over 20 MUVE Dancing Games explained and demonstrated at At the website you can also find over 150 Spontaneous Dance Along Videos that you can use to dance along in front of your screen It’s all for free! Go ahead and use any and all inspirations and ideas to get your self and your family or group moving!

MUVE is a free resource for kids, adults and seniors. Learn about all the free healthy dancing activity games and dance exercise videos, the MUVE Dancing Game instructions and the MUVE School Dance Curriculum at

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1 Comment

  1. MUVEmethod
    September 16, 2014

    This is a Dance Event we hosted over the summer for an assembly of 80+ students. The game- 'The Snake', a conga-line of spontaneous movement. 6 snakes, grooving around the dance floor. The kids love this game. 
    We were lucky to be joined by My Girlfriend's Closet owner, Tenora for this dance session. (Btw- Check out her super cute resale boutique in Kailua for a hip outfit that doesn't break bank)

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