Wyo. organization uses hip-hop dance to get students moving

A volunteer group recently taught students in Wyoming about hip-hop dance to get them moving and expose them to new things. The students performed the moves as part of their physical-education class. Gayla Hammer, a sixth-grade science teacher, said the lessons are especially beneficial to students who are not traditional athletes, and teachers said students appeared more confident following the lessons.

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