That something else was the subject of the final poem. When you go into a Kenyan class, you are rewarded with song of greeting sometimes filled with dance moves. I think this is one of the reasons that Kenyan children can sit and focus so well. They are singing and dancing as a regular part of their day, in and out of school. There are other reasons, too. They walk everywhere, are outside most of the day when not in school, and are constantly moving from one place to the next without the use of a car. I noticed at the boarding school, that the children's day is filled with school lessons, extra study time, and an endless amount of chores: cleaning, watering plants, and helping all over the school. They are always active and moving.