Dancing Maths - Family Show

Dancing Maths Show

Making maths fun for kids with games and dancing
Creative lessons inline with PE and Maths Curriculum
Interactive entertainment and pro-active workshops
Different performances designed specifically for each age group
Based in Nottingham and available all over the UK

Dancing Maths Show VIDEOS

Dancing Maths Show PHOTOS

This exceptional Dancing Maths Show brings numbers to life via the medium of dance. This form of edutainment is highly engaging for children of all ages and means you have winning combination of learning and entertainment. 

The educational dancers make the shapes of numbers with their bodies, play greater then/less than games, dance with their number bond partner, perform interesting movement patterns, stomp the times-tables, perform clever balancing acts whilst making shapes out of props and much more. They deliver the Dancing Maths Show followed by an interactive workshop for everyone to get involved with. 

This entertainment with maths offers creative lessons that are inline with both the PE and Maths Curriculum. A team of professional educational dancers will perform at your venue venue of choice, demonstrating fun ways to dance about maths making it more accessible and more fun to learn with. They have really fun costumes that can glow in UV light. 

The Dancing Maths Show has different performances designed specifically for each age group: Early years, Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2 and SEN. The shows last between 25 and 45 minutes, depending on the age group, and are suitable for most school halls and theatre venues. 

This innovative edutainment concept already has a wealth of happy clients and can be booked for any type of events, and not necessarily just schools. Why not have a birthday party and provide the entertainment with maths?

Contact our Entertainment Coordinators who will be more than happy to help book this educational activity for your event.

" The children were mesmerised by the performance. We thought the dancers really interacted well with the children and held their interest throughout. The performance was great for all the year groups, something for all of them all the way through. "

Teacher from Tennyson Road Infant School

" We thought the performances were very well pitched and the children were spellbound. They have continued to enthused about maths ever since and will remember what they did for years to come. "

Helen Teacher from Crazies Hill CE School



How To Host An Office Party After Lockdown: Tips For Success

Freya Britton | 20/07/2021

Return To Work Post-Lockdown Team Building Guide

Freya Britton | 06/07/2021