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Along with vocal expression, dance and other forms of movement offer more ways to bring life and emotion to music and singing. Children love to engage in bodily expression when they sing. The music you use in the classroom or during worship need not be appreciated in stillness. Dance is a universal form of worship, a deep and often playful ritual that needs to be a regular part of the church experience for youth. In Resources, see Dances of Universal Peace, whose songbooks outline a variety of simple dances. You can also try some of the following activities.
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