These elementary school kids are freaking out over a math game called Fact Dash
"Someone who walks into our building may think that [students are] fighting," J. E. Johnson Elementary principal Carrie Hammond-Walker explains in a new video posted by AJ+.
"But no, it's Fact Dash going on," she added, in the video.
That's not hyperbole. Watch this video of elementary students competing head-to-head in a math competition that happens everyday at the end of school.What looks like utter chaos is a carefully crafted game created by Principal Hammond-Walker.
The first person to shout the right answer joins the back of the line, while students who don't answer quickly enough or get the answer wrong are out. The teacher whose classroom wins for the day gets a sticker on a ranking list to keep track of their record.