cgraves67: While I think that sitting on fitness balls would be healthy for the rug-rats, it would waste a hell of a lot of time each day. Everytime a kid stands up his or her ball is going to roll or bounce away and cause a distraction. Having the entire class stand up would yield a 5 minute "ball wrangling" fiasco. Coming back into the classroom after lunch or recess or gym class would also require the balls to be returned to their proper placements before proceeding.
jfbnr24: I wonder if this will work at the dinner table for my ADHD son. He cannot seem to focus at all to actually make it through a meal.
sweet-daddy-2: stevetherobot: In other news, high school teaches claim that having their female students bounce up and down on trampolines helps them learn.image citation needed
Walker: But I need back support. And how about the lawsuits when kids fall off the balls?
JaCiNto: How about sending them out for more recess?
stevetherobot: In other news, high school teaches claim that having their female students bounce up and down on trampolines helps them learn.
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