Frequently Asked Questions
A fresh approach to education and fitness.
Our online program provides teachers with PDHPE (sport) and Creative Arts content, delivered to entire classrooms of students via our website.
Our unique lessons are a fusion of rhythm, fitness, movement, and music.
Lessons are highly interactive from start to finish and can be done in any size space.
It’s adventurous, engaging and ridiculously fun.
Our program was designed to align with the Australian national curriculum in PDHPE & Creative Arts.
This content is best suited to classrooms from Grades 2-8, though it is enjoyed by both younger and older year groups.
Use this program to diversify training, build coordination and have fun with the team.
Offers students vibrant experiences in an affordable and easy format
We have classrooms from Kindergarten through to Grade 8 enjoying this program. With the younger grades, expect to repeat lessons 3-4 times.
It will appear that some of the content is going over their head, but you will be surprised by the end of the Progressive Lessons what students are capable of!
The cost is $250 +GST for 1 Teacher, 1 classroom, 1 year.
1 year of access to all lessons for 1 classroom (see “Features” page).
You’ll also be given Curriculum Guides and Learning Goals for each lesson.
15x Progressive Lessons
10x Brain Breaks
Our lesson videos are on our website, which can be streamed onto your Smartboard or Projector.
These videos are highly interactive and were designed to use with an entire classroom of students, in any size space.
Lessons are on-demand. Teachers simply login, choose the lesson and press play.
Each student will need a surface to hit, which will act as their drum, and something to hit it with.
For a drum:
Use a desk, a chair, a bucket, a tub, or anything else you think up!
Rolled-up paper or cardboard that’s taped on the ends, rolled up plastic, pipes, sticks, or anything else you think up!
We also use juggling balls from Lesson Level 6 onwards.
Make these yourself as part of your Creative Arts class using our DIY video “How to make Juggling Balls”.
Alternatively, use something out of your sports storage such as tennis balls.
Log in and press play.
Our 15-minute Introductory Course and Quick-Start Guide will teach you everything you need to know to confidently press Play.
“Progressive Lessons” require 1 drum and 1 pair of sticks per student. Use rolled-up paper to serve as sticks and use the desk as a drum, with students standing up.
“Brain Breaks” require no preparation, just students sitting at their desks.
The Introductory Course is available after you register for the free trial or purchase, on the “Quick Start” page.
Before starting any lessons, students have their own introductory course titled “Start Here”.
This 10-minute video details how to interact with lessons, our teaching methods and behavioural requirements. This video sets students up with everything they need to know.
Our content covers a comprehensive scope of PDHPE and Creative Arts curriculum that meets Australian National standards.
Curriculum information can be found on our Curriculum Page.
Purchase buckets with lids from your local hardware store, purchase sticks online or from your local music store, and purchase juggling balls online.
Be sure to put about 5 cups of sand or dirt in each bucket to give it stability.
Purchase our custom Drum Corp Pipe Sticks and Juggling Balls.
Our Pipe Sticks are classroom and desk-friendly (ie. do not damage desks, not too loud). Each package comes with 15 pairs of Pipe Sticks and 15 pairs of Juggling Balls.
Email us your location and class size for a quote.
Step 1 – sign up for the Free Trial
Step 2 – watch the Introductory Course video
Step 3 – get ready to press play!
We have a ‘Kids’ offering being released in August 2021.
This will provide kids with an at-home recreational activity that gets them fit while having a ton of fun.
Until then, request it at your school!
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