Exercise grows brain cells!

This growth allows for more capacity to learn. It's a fact proven by neuro-science with recent brain imaging developments.

But we don't need any scientist to tell us that blood pools below the waist after 15 minutes of sitting, that some children need to move to learn, and that movement increases capacity to learn. Remembering that what makes us think, also makes us move! 

No 'science' is required to prove that healthy, active students make better learners. They are more alert, focused and ready to process info.