Dance with the Teletubbies is the second volume of the Teletubbies VHS series. It was released in 1997 by BBC and Ragdoll Productions and 1998 in the US by PBS Kids.
It was then re-released on DVD along with Here come the Teletubbies in 2000. It was then re-released on VHS/DVD in 2003, and again in 2009 along with Ready Steady Go! on the DVD 'Ready Steady Dance!'
- The Stamping and Stepping Dance (From various episodes)
- The Teletubbies walk down and up a hill (From My Mum's Keyboard)
- Larette Tap Dancing
- The Walking Dance (From various episodes)
- The Teletubbies Take Turns At Wearing The Skirt (From Numbers 1)
- The Running Away Dance (From various episodes)
- The Teletubbies walk in and out of the trees (From Feeding The Chickens)
- The Tap Dancing Teddy Bear (twice)
- The Follow The Leader Dance
- The Round and Round Dance (From various episodes)
- The Teletubbies and The Cloud (From Playing in the Rain)
- The Splashing Dance (From various episodes)
- Trit Trot (From Emily and the Trap ) (Trot Trot in US)
- The Falling Down Dance (From various episodes)
- The Teletubbies Say "Eh Oh!" (From Photo Faces)
- The Tip Toe Dance (From various episodes)
- Jumping for Fun (From Jumping)
- Children Dancing
- The Jumping Dance (From various episodes)
- Tubby Bye-Bye
Featuring: Georgina & Harriet Acott-Smith, India & Tom Beaufort-Lloyd, Alex Kemp, George Kirkpatrick, Carly & Anna Mitchell, Harriet Moran, Holly & Charlie Morris, Gabriel Prince, Charlie & Oliver Travers, Larette Tritton, and Guy & Amber Wyles
- This video marks the first appearance of the Follow the Leader Dance. It later made it's first television appearance in the 1998 episode Carnival II.
- Before each dance (except for the Follow the Leader Dance) the Narrator states the name of each dance.
- The second TV Event featuring a group of children dancing was featured exclusively on this video and never appeared on television.
- In the US Version of the Trit Trot segment, the voice trumpet just says "Trot" repeatedly instead of "Trit Trot" repeatedly.
- This is the first video to feature Simon Shelton as Tinky Winky (He played him in the Follow the Leader Dance)
- Po was the boo shouter
- Tinky Winky was the missing teletubby
- The 2001 VHS had Dot and Dash on the cover, however, it both opens and closes with the 1993 PBS Cartoon P-Head logo
- In the UK version of the VHS, when Tinky Winky lays down after the jumping for fun activity is about to end and the Windmill is spinning when he says "Very tired!" there is no music despite the fact the TV Reciever event is happening. This was however fixed in the US Version as there is now the TV reciever music playing when Tinky Winky says "Very tired!" in the US version.