Scrimbling using Write Dance

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Scrimbling encourages ‘scribbling’, ‘wriggling’ and ‘doodling’ movements and this handy table shows the nine themes that Write Dance is based on.

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  1. Bellydancer
    on 25 January 2010


    I have been using Write Dance in the Nursery for a while now since I have been on the training. I’ve also used it in Reception class. The children love the music and the movements. They love using the shaving foam and finger paints and really listen to the music. They love repeating the music too and trying it for themselves. The sheet is simple to see the different movements that will be covered in the different sessions. The ideas are good and I will be trying some of these out. I like the idea for children who don’t want to get messy fingers. Brilliant resource I highly recommend it, buy the book and the CD to get children interested in making marks, especially the boys.

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Scrimbling using Write Dance

Scrimbling using Write Dance


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