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(KSL News) Slamming down dishes is usually discouraged, but not at one Utah school.
Kids at Arcadia Elementary learned today about a new sport they'll be playing called speed stacking.
It's where they stack, slam, slide and tumble cups, all so they can learn.
Teachers say the sport will help kids develop better hand-eye coordination and promote right-brain functions, which will help improve math scores.
The school also bought new chess and astronomy equipment.
A grant from the 100% for Kids Education Foundation made those purchases possible.