Movement Word Wall for Music, Dance, or Movement – Pink Chevron

Movement Word Wall for Music, Dance, or Movement - Pink Chevron

This can be used to help PreK – 12th grades.

Included: PDF, 31 Pages

To inspire, teach, and refer to 60 different non-locomotor and locomotor movements words! These cards can be printed quickly and used in a dance room, music room or gym as a reference. These words are great for inspiring kids, and giving them an inspiration to help create new movements and dances. Use the words to inspire kids or as flashcards.

There are eight different themes and colors available. Check out all of the sets!

You can choose from Red, Blue and Pink as well as Purple, Green, Confetti, geometric, or Citrus Shine colors!

These words were displayed on the bulletin board of my music school (Kinder-5th Grad) and used as inspiration for a movement wall. They are used as inspiration to help us decide what movement we would like to bring to our games and songs. They could also serve as flashcards if the teacher desires.

This is a great way to help you learn songs and improvise. You can see how these words are used in my classroom by clicking this link.

I’ve included a set of blank cards so you can add any new words “in the moment” that you want and don’t see in this set! Send me an email if there are any other words that you think I should add to this set. To make this resource more useful and to inspire teachers, I am always open to expanding it. Email [email protected] with word suggestions.


You can find more inspiration, resources, and freebies on my blog.

Conditions of use:

These slides can only be used in a classroom setting. These slides are not available for sharing or distribution. To include a slide in your PowerPoint, you may copy it. These slides can be copied for use in your classroom but not commercially. We are grateful!


They have been very enjoyable in Music in Motion with me and my Kindergartners. It has become quite the game. The children have been enjoying the various movements and taking advantage of the possibility to freely move and have fun.


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