At a very young age I became an avid Michael Jackson fan. I also happened to have a talent for dancing. In fact, by 3rd grad I was teaching kids at recess how to moonwalk.
It's too bad I didn't have this animated chart to assist me in teaching. A brilliant piece by Jacob O'Neal found here: http://dustn.ws/1ms2GDk
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