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A wheel is a formation where the dancers put their hands into the center (usually right hands first) like the spokes of a wheel. They then dance round in the direction they are facing. The dancers then usually change hands and dance back the opposite direction.

The official term for this formation is x hands across where x is the number of dancers.

Common formations are:

Less common formation are: