Sport Stacking Kits
Schools: Mildred L. Day and Kennebunkport Consolidated Schools
Date: Spring 2014
Sport Stacking is hands-on participation, and students are engaged and motivated while performing the activity. Sport Stacking first appeared in southern California in the 80s. Children work alone or in groups to stack cups in a pattern and are timed while doing so. Sport Stacking develops bilateral proficiency/equal performance on both sides of the body. Stacking helps train the brain for sports, playing musical instruments, using the computer. Sequencing and patterning help reading and math skills. Just as important, the kids love it!