From the Huffington Post:
To an outsider, the first 10 minutes of every school day at Bonny Slope Elementary in Beaverton, Oregon, look like pandemonium.
Not a single kid is seated. They’re all bouncing around their classroom. Music is playing dance club favorites like “Uptown Funk” and “Whip/Nae Nae.”
What about the teachers? They’re bopping along, too, trying to keep pace with the youngsters.
Obviously, this is all by design. Because with just 10 minutes of movement, everyone is starting the day with a mental and physical boost. By the end of each week, they’ve piled up 50 minutes of physical activity in an easy, fun way that costs pennies.