It’s time to let students get active and inspire them to PLAY with dance! DANCEPL3Y is an award-winning program that allows students to explore simple movements from a variety of dance styles from around the world (Hip Hop, Urban, Ballroom, Bollywood, Lyrical, Jazz/Funk and more!).

DANCEPL3Y’s unique interACTIVE class style is paired with a positive coaching philosophy where every student can claim their “Bubble of Awesome”. Forget 5-6-7-8 or complicated right foot/left foot choreography – there are only 3 Rules of PLAY: Be Positive. Be Fun. Be Yourself™.

DANCEPL3Y School Programs

DANCEPL3Y school workshops have received international accolades for their positive impact on school climate, mental health and self-esteem as students learn and live the 3 Rules of PL3Y: Be Positive. Be Fun. Be Yourself.

Our school programs are specifically designed to promote positive mental health, meet curriculum expectations for Physical Education and Dance and guarantee to meet Daily Physical Activity requirements. Voted #1 on the Discovery Education Channel!


  • Feature dances from a variety of styles from around the world

  • Get students ACTIVE with dance

  • Allow teachers to assess Physical Education and Dance (Arts) learning outcomes




One of our most popular workshops, these workshops are designed to ignite your students’ love for movement and music. Forget 5­‐6­‐7­‐8 or complex dance moves, DANCEPL3Y Activations are designed for students to experience success and feel motivated to stay active with their classmates as they discover a variety of dances and music styles. Activation sessions are a great way to launch your dance unit or for a one-class dance workshop experience.

Workshop themes include: Around the World, Dancing Through The Decades, Superhero Dance Party, Hip Hop/Urban Stylz, Exploring Aboriginal Culture through Dance, and more!



Let us teach your dance unit! DANCEPL3Y Residencies are 4- or 5-lesson dance units that follow the Teaching Dance for Understanding model. The units allow students to learn more about the art of dance while developing dance skills, such a listening and responding to music and rhythms, learning sequences, creating choreography, communicating messages through dance, and preparing a final dance performance. Students use the Elements of Dance to create their own dance combinations and work in groups to prepare a dance performance that demonstrates their learning.

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Book a special event to energize your school community with a high-energy dance workshop that gets everyBODY active! Options include 30-minute school-wide assemblies, school community events with families, or a Celebration of Dance performance to showcase dances learned during the residency program.