Help National Geographic Kids Set a Guiness World Record

Join FLASH MOB AMERICA, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC KIDS, and First Lady Michelle Obama on October 11-12 to break the Guinness World Record for the most people doing jumping jacks. Between 3 p.m. ET October 11 and 3 p.m. ET October 12, kids and adults can help break the record by doing one minute of jumping jacks. As the official Jumper in Chief, Mrs. Obama will kick off NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC KIDS’ attempt to break the record.

To see the Official Rules to make your jump count, please visit: Kids.NationalGeographic.com/Lets-Jump/. You can select rules based on how many people will be participating, as well as download the fill-in-the-blank documentation forms, media coverage tips, and advice on finding officials to supervise / timekeep, etc.

We are organizing major flash mobs in Los Angeles, Big Island Hawaii, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, New York, Phoenix, Seattle, Washington, D.C.  – and even in London! However, ANYONE in ANY CITY can participate! You can do it alone or you can organize a group! (As long as you follow the simple rules!)

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Let’s Jump! supports First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move! initiative, which encourages kids and families to get healthy and active. Find out more online. letsmove.gov