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Dance Revolution

Dance Goes Viral

Get this: Videos with the #dance hashtag on Tik Tok have gotten more than 176 billion views (that's billion with a "b"). On YouTube, the #2 watched video of all time is The Baby Shark Dance, and videos of flash mobs performing Michael Jackson's iconic Thriller choreography routinely get millions of views. Even in the gaming industry, Fortnite dances have taken the world by storm. (Fortnite dances!) Online or off, people everywhere—even those who would say they are terrible dancers—have grabbed their shoes, turned up the volume, and joined family and friends in the dance frenzy. Now it’s time to grab your shoes as we discover how dance is transforming pop culture today.



Ask About Today

What's your favorite dance move? And why do some dance moves "go viral"?

Dinner Discussion

If you combined two viral dances together, what would it look like?

Skip the Ads

Unfortunately, online videos often start with short advertisements. Remind your campers to click the "Skip" button as soon as they can to move ahead to the video.


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What Does "Going Viral" Mean?

Popular dance videos are just one example of something that often "goes viral." Learn more about what goes viral and why in this article from Wonderopolis.


Top Viral Dance Moves of the Decade

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A "viral' dance move is one that spreads far and wide—fast. Watch these high school students try some of the decade's hottest dance moves like the shoot, orange justice, floss, and invisible box jump.

Remember: Online videos often start with advertisements. (Annoying, we agree!) Click the "Skip" button as soon as you can to move ahead to the video.


TikTok Choreography

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Viral dancing videos are everywhere on the internet. Some of the most popular dances come from TikTok. Follow along with students of the Forever Dance Center in Jakarta as they recreate some of the most popular dances on the app!


Flash Dance

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Flash mobs are large public gatherings of people who perform a dance routine when people least expect it, then break off and go about business as usual. Watch the looks on passengers' faces as a flash mob recreates dances from the musical Grease in this video.


Dancing Through the Ages

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We’ve learned that the term “viral video” didn’t come around until 2009 but different dances have been popular throughout time! Watch the Evolution of Dance by Twist and Pulse and see how dancing has evolved from 1920 to the 2000’s.


Why Humans Love Dance Videos

Turns out it's not just the catchy music. "Mirror neurons" in our brains make humans naturally inclined to imitate dance moves.


The Power of a Good Beat

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One ingredient for a viral dance video: A good bass beat. What is it about that deep thumping rhythm that makes us want to move? Learn more about how your brain responds to a beat in this article and video.


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Create Your Viral Dance Move

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Now that you've seen few examples of dance moves that have people everywhere jumping to their feet, it's time to create your own. Start by watching this video for inspiration and some great how-to ideas, then put on a song you love, pick a section, and start choreographing (the fancy word for making up a dance).

Take your time and repeat your move until you've really got it down. When you're ready, consider recording your dance move on video. Don't forget to name it!

Share your dance! We'd love to see it. Ask a parent to email a video to us or share it on Instagram or Twitter by tagging @CampKinda.


BeastBox DJ

Good dancing requires good music! See what sounds you can create by becoming a wildlife DJ. Add more animals to the stage to make more sounds, but unlock Beast Mode by combining voices from the same ecosystem.


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Stretch It Out

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Dancers have to be flexible since they use so many muscles to bring their moves to life. Here is a basic stretching routine that you should do each day this week so that you stay healthy and strong. It's also a great way to relax and cool down after you've worked up a sweat.


Dance to "Can't Stop the Feeling"

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Step up as master dance trainer Rae teaches you how to dance to Justin Timberlake's "Can't Stop the Feeling"! Can you put your own spin on it?