By: Greg Sacidor

Every once in a while students need to take a break from their work. For one group of students, that break includes singing a Kelsea Ballerini song.

A group of second graders in Ohio take daily “brain breaks” to get away from their school work. One of these “brain breaks,” which their teacher calls them, involved singing Kelsea Ballerini’s song “Square Pegs.”

The students’ teacher posted the video on social media, sharing it with the young country singer herself.

Ballerini noticed the video and wrote back “be still my heart.”

Singing the songs of one of country music’s best young artists is a great way to take a break during the school day. Don’t we all wish this was our classroom back when we were in school?


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