Igniting Creativity and Curiosity in the Classroom

San Francisco Ballet offers a variety of resources to help K–12 teachers, educators, school administrators, and homeschool parents incorporate the joy and wonder of dance into the classroom every day. From study guides with standards-based lesson plans and activities to Professional Development Workshops, SF Ballet seeks to make ballet accessible to every student and educator.

Education guides

Study guides prepared by San Francisco Ballet ensure teachers can help their students get the most out of their visit to SF Ballet.

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Professional Development Workshops

Explore engaging dance activities, lessons, and resources that can be adapted for any grade level and used in the classroom every day to support the common core curriculum through arts integration.

2020 Professional Development Workshop with SF Ballet for PK-12 Teachers & Arts Coordinators

Join SF Ballet for a free professional development workshop for SFUSD and bay area PK-12 classroom teachers and arts coordinators on Saturday, March 14. The workshop will introduce movement-based activities that can inspire learning through the arts, and dance lessons that can be adapted for any grade level. The hands-on workshop will explore the basic elements of dance and different approaches to integrating movement to support and enhance the core curriculum.

Date: Saturday, March 14, 2020
Time: 10:00 am–12:00 pm
Location: SF Ballet Building, 455 Franklin Street, SF
Topic: Integrating Dance to Support the Core Curriculum: An Experiential Workshop
Cost: Free


Please wear comfortable clothes that allow for movement. No dance experience necessary.

**Space is limited. Registration is required**

Questions or want more info on upcoming events?

Contact the SF Ballet Department of Education & Training at education@sfballet.org or 415-865-6671.