Prosser elementary students join in a world record event

Prosser elementary students join in a world record event »Play Video
PROSSER, Wash. - Kids at a Prosser elementary school joined thousands around the world stacking cups trying to break a world record.

Six different cup stacking stations were at Keene-Riverview.

To break the record at least 450,000 kids must stack cups for at least 30 minutes.

Kids don't realize it isn't just fun and games but fitness and evaluation skills.

Kindergartener Jordan told KEPR, "we're going to try and beat someone and if I win we push the little hands and it pops up on the other team."

This is the seventh year the cup stacking event has gone on across the nation.