The benefits of movement and dance for children may seem obvious to you and I, but science (and a little sea creature) has more to reveal about why movement is fundamentally important to humans. If you think you’ve considered every possible reason kids should learn to dance, think again.
Why Dance Matters
Bloggers couldn’t resist sharing Why Dance Matters to them! Even though the event is over, the roundup continues with 10 more posts on the subject. Share what you thought of this year’s virtual event and find out how to get involved in the #whydancematters project!
Welcome back to the circle! I hope you’re having fun with Why Dance Matters this week. It’s been a blast of inspiration to see the many ways you express why dance matters to you, your community, your kids, your students, your world! If you still don’t know what it’s all about, head over to whydancematters.org. […]
Dance is life-giving and sustaining. Something as involuntary and necessary as breath. This is Why Dance Matters to me.
We’re looking for a few good posts about Why Dance Matters to you! We’re also looking for your participation in the RELOADED Why Dance Matters event. And, we’re looking for those who want to help an expanded project take shape. Are you down? Get the details in this post.
Throughout the Why Dance Matters event, fabulous submissions were received from people who wanted to share why dance matters to them. Below, I believe I’ve gathered most of the posts. However, if yours is not listed please feel free to add a link in the comments. As for the hundreds of tweets posted via the #whydancematters hashtag on Twitter, I can only say I am in absolute AWE of what can be said in 140 characters! Bravo.