Dress Up and Dance Resources

Here are some useful resources to help make sure your Dress up and Dance is the best. Take a look around, choose what you’d like, then simply download and print – it’s as easy as that.

Dance moves

Check out the easy-to-follow dances on YouTube. Warm up/cool down, with an introduction with Lisa Riley to get your pupils grooving.

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Stream or Download the tunes from Soundcloud to get your toes tapping.

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1. Pre-event Letter to Parents

Get parents involved in your Dress up and Dance event by sending them this letter. You can use the fields highlighted in the letter to tailor this.

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2. Post-Event / Thank you Letter to Parents

Don’t forget to thank parents for their involvement and letting them know how much you raised after your event by sending them this letter.

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3. Activity- Assembly Plans

Fit Dress Up And Dance into your curriculum with our activity plans.

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4. Dance cards

Use these fab cards with our activity plan and get your pupils learning about Dance through the ages.

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5. Dance activity sheet

Get your class learning new moves with this great activity sheet.

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6. Dance map

This map showcases the dances of the world and is a great activity to get your pupils thinking about other cultures.

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7. Event poster

Advertise your event to pupils and parents using this poster.

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8. Masks

For inexpensive costume ideas that your kids can produce themselves download our superhero masks.

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9. Guess the sequins on the dancefloor

Use our sweepstake game to get everyone involved in your event and raise that little bit more for Macmillan.

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You can find all sorts of useful resources like posters and certificates for your event on be.Macmillan.

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