I don't know about your kid, but my daughter loves to dance. She makes up dance routines morning, noon and night. One way to keep your own ... more
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Create touchdown and half time dances
I don't know about your kid, but my daughter loves to dance. She makes up dance routines morning, noon and night. One way to keep your own dance happy kids amused and active during the Super Bowl is to have the little ones work on dance routines for the touchdowns. And between scoring, they can work on their very own half time show for the parents. The kids could really have fun with it, perhaps doing some bird moves (inspired by the Ravens) or some gold panning moves (inspired by the 49ers).
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