Luv2groove™ (L2G) gets thousands of students moving and grooving every year ranging from kindergarten to grade 12!
It is a program designed to bring dance to your school.
Luv2Groove™ is highly interactive and energetic! Our goal is for students and teachers to see dance as fun and not something scary or something that has to be perfect.
All our workshops/dance units focus on educating the students and teachers about the elements of dance including, body, space, time, energy and relationship. We pride ourselves by meeting the expectations outlined in the Ontario Arts Curriculum through movement activities and exercises that gets students exploring different ways of moving and building their own movement vocabulary.
More importantly, making sure every child feels successful throughout our sessions and providing teachers with easy tools and techniques that they can use in their own classrooms!
Each Session Includes:
Follow along grooves (students will learn a series of dance steps/movement in in follow along fashion)
Movement / inquiry based activities that link directly to the Ontario Arts, Health and Physical Education curriculum expectations (i.e., mirroring, flocking, call and response)
A dance routine (students will learn a sequence of moves that challenge their minds and bodies in a fun and safe way, leaving everyone feeling SUCCESSFUL
Improvisation (a chance for students to develop their own movement vocabulary while moving freely without limitations)! a Guaranteed to get students moving, grooving and having fun!
Dance is about expressing one self through movement, it is “a physical and non-verbal medium for learning about the self and the world” (OAC, pg.15). Dance is about the whole body and how it moves through space. It’s not about duplicating moves or a learning a “routine”, but allowing students to discover their inner groove, by moving their OWN way and celebrating the fact that everyBODY can dance!
END OF THE WEEK PERFORMANCES!
On the last day, students will have the opportunity to perform/share what they have learned as well as movement phrases they have created throughout the week. (this is optional)