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Dance Routines



Are you looking for some fun and interactive dance games and activities for your kids?

Look no further! We’ve compiled a list of the best games that will get your kids moving and grooving while also developing important skills. From classic games with a twist to new and innovative ideas, there’s something here for everyone.

So, let’s get started!






What do I need to play?

Most of the games and activities listed below require minimal equipment, and many can be played with items you already have at home. Here are some items you may need:

  • Music player or device
  • Speakers
  • Dance floor or space to move around
  • Props (such as scarves, hats, or hula hoops)


Setting up the game

Before you start playing, make sure you have enough space for the game and that the area is free of any hazards. Set up any necessary props or equipment, and make sure the music player or device is ready to go.



Rules of the game


Freeze Dance

  • This classic game is a crowd-pleaser and great for developing listening skills and balance. Play music and have kids dance around. When the music stops, they must freeze in their current position. The last one to freeze is out.


Dance Charades

  • This game is perfect for creative thinkers and encourages imagination and teamwork. Divide players into teams and give them a dance move to act out. The other team must guess what the move is. If they guess correctly, they get a point.


Dance Limbo

  • A fun game that tests flexibility and coordination. Hold a long stick or rope, and have kids take turns trying to limbo under it without touching the stick or rope. Lower the stick or rope after each round. The player who can limbo the lowest wins.


Dance Relay

  • This game is perfect for larger groups and requires teamwork and coordination. Divide players into two teams and set up two cones at opposite ends of the dance floor. The first player on each team must run to the cone, dance around it, and then run back to tag the next player. The team that finishes first wins.


Musical Chairs Dance Edition

  • Put a fun twist on the classic game of musical chairs. Instead of sitting in a chair, players must dance around the chairs. When the music stops, they must quickly find a chair to sit on. The player who can’t find a chair is out.


Variations of the game

Here are some ways to mix up these games and activities:

  • Change up the music genre
  • Add in new props or dance moves
  • Increase the difficulty level
  • Combine different games for a dance party extravaganza


Tips for Success

  • Encourage participation and creativity
  • Provide positive feedback and praise
  • Have a prize or reward for the winner(s)
  • Make sure everyone is safe and having fun



Dance games and activities are a great way to keep kids active and engaged while also developing important skills. With these fun and creative ideas, your kids will be dancing and laughing all day long. So, turn up the music and let the games begin!