Children Maypole Dance
wtdradio.com -Children Maypole Dance A maypole is a tall wooden pole erected as a part of various European folk festivals, around which a maypole dance often takes place. The festivals may occur on May Day (May 1) or Pentecost , although in some countries it is instead erected at Midsummer.
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Making a maypole. Once the maypole is set up, the children can dance to a waltz, a polka, a jig, or any tune you choose. Our dancers kept track of their braiding by chanting, "Go over it, then under it, and over it and under it," to keep from getting tangled in their ribbons.