Viral video of kids dancing at school is absolute December vibes

Viral video of kids dancing at school is absolute December vibes

- A viral video shows kids at Ruzawi School dancing

- An impromptu performance got the kids jiving enthusiastically

- The video warmed the hearts of thousands of social media users

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December is here, and some lively school children recently demonstrated how to usher in the festive season in style.

The Ruzawi School shared the video on its Facebook profile, Briefly.co.za gathered. It shows the kids dancing vigorously dancing to a performance. It was captioned:

Spirits soared after Friday morning Assembly thanks to our choir and musicians' impromptu rendition of 'I'm Better When I'm Dancing' ... happiness through music and motion!

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The footage went viral, racking up 377,000 views, 6,200 shares, 1,200 comments, and 4,800 reactions in the process.

This means it has warmed the hearts of thousands of viewers. Many of them commended the kids for letting loose and spreading the joy.

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Val Freeman wrote:

I love watching the shy ones slowly warming up and getting their courage to sway a little. That darling little boy with brown hair (next to the busy dancer) is just aching to dance but can’t quite get himself to let go. In the end he smiles and sways ... so sweet.

Pelly Wood also said:

Awesome - look at that young lad in the front row. What an absolute treat. Thank you for sharing xxx.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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