Are you looking for new ways to get your students engaged in their imagination? Or simply new prompts? Everything creative is found here
Follow along with RDT dancer Daniel as he leads a warm-up using the letters of the alphabet.
Join Lynne as she explores the way animals move in this creative movement lesson.
Megan shares a fun creative lesson that explores the actions and movement of animals.
Lauren shares a lesson that plays creatively with scarves and ballet.
RDT Dancer Dan Higgins shares a creative movement lesson that only requires a sidewalk!
Elle walks you through a fun creative movement lesson based off of energy and how you display energy in movement.
Follow along as Megan shares an activity that is fun for all families!
Follow along with RDT dancer Ursula as she warms up the body!
Tyler Orcutt walks through a movement exercise demonstrating the growth of a seed.
Follow along with a creative movement exercise exploring levels!
Follow along with a creative movement exercise exploring circles!
Join our education specialist Megan in exploring the life cycle of a butterfly!
Lynne walks through a fun creative lesson that explores the live cycle of a frog.
Daniel Do shares a wonderful creative movement lesson on the life cycle, physicality and appearance of a tree.
Education Director Lynne Larson shares a creative movement lesson based off the question, “What do living things need to make them ‘living’?”
Join Daniel and enjoy a creative movement class.
Lynne explores science with movement through the subject of matter.
Join Lynne as she explores the movements of our solar system through dance.
Join Megan in the backyard for a fun, outdoor movement experience for K-6th grades!
Follow along with RDT Education Assistant Megan O’Brien as leads a brain break about rhythm & counting.
Lynne uses different types of rocks to make a fantastic creative lesson plan.
Megan teaches a fun way to warm up anywhere you are!
Lynne shares a creative movement lesson based off of water and erosion.
Join Elle as she teaches a creative movement lesson for Kindergartners and 1st Graders based on the book “Where the Wild Things Are.”
Follow along with RDT dancer Jon as he uses the activity of writing your name to generate movement!
RDT appreciates the generous funding provided by the Utah Legislature and the Utah Board of Education that help make our Arts-in-Education Programs possible in Utah’s Public Schools.