The number of studies and publications do not always correspond (e.g., a publication may include several studies or one study may be explained in several publications).
Bartholomew JB, Jowers EM. Physically active academic lessons in elementary children. Preventive Medicine 2011;52(Suppl 1):S51–S54.
Bartholomew JB, Jowers EM, Roberts G, Fall AM, Errisuriz V, et al. Active learning increases children’s physical activity across demographic subgroups. Translational Journal of the American College of Sports Medicine 2018;3:1–9.
Beck MM, Lind RR, Geertsen SS, Ritz C, Lundbye-Jensen J, et al. Motor-Enriched learning activities can improve mathematical performance in preadolescent children. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 2016;10:645–45.
Callcott D, Hammond L, Hill S. The synergistic effect of teaching a combined explicit movement and phonological awareness program to preschool aged students. Early Childhood Education Journal 2015;43:201–11.
de Greeff JW, Hartman E, Mullender-Wijnsma MJ, Bosker RJ, Doolaard S, et al. Effect of physically active academic lessons on body mass index and physical fitness in primary school children. Journal of School Health 2016;86:346–52.
de Greeff JW, Hartman E, Mullender-Wijnsma MJ, Bosker RJ, Doolaard S, et al. Long-Term effects of physically active academic lessons on physical fitness and executive functions in primary school children. Health Education Research 2016;31:185–94.
Donnelly JE, Greene JL, Gibson CA, Smith BK, Washburn RA, et al. Physical activity across the curriculum (PAAC): a randomized controlled trial to promote physical activity and diminish overweight and obesity in elementary school children. Preventive Medicine 2009;49:336–41.
Donnelly JE, Hillman CH, Greene JL, Hansen DM, Gibson CA, et al. Physical activity and academic achievement across the curriculum: results from a 3-year cluster-randomized trial. Preventive Medicine 2017;99:140–5.
Duncan M, Cunningham A, Eyre E. A combined movement and story-telling intervention enhances motor competence and language ability in pre-schoolers to a greater extent than movement or story-telling alone. Eur Phys Educ Rev 2017;1356336X.
Elofsson J, Englund Bohm A, Jeppsson C, Samuelsson, J. Physical activity and music to support pre-school children’s mathematics learning. Education 3-13 2018;46:483–93.
Erwin H, Fedewa A, Ahn S. Student academic performance outcomes of a classroom physical activity intervention: a pilot study. International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education 2012;4:473–87.
Fedewa AL, Ahn S, Erwin H, Davis M. A randomized controlled design investigating the effects of classroom-based physical activity on children’s fluid intelligence and achievement. School Psychology International 2015;36:135–53.
Gammon C, Morton K, Atkin A, Corder K, Daly-Smith A, et al. Introducing physically active lessons in UK secondary schools: feasibility study and pilot cluster-randomised controlled trial. BMJ Open 2019;9:e025080.
Graham DJ, Lucas-Thompson RG, O’Donnell MB. Jump in! an investigation of school physical activity climate, and a pilot study assessing the acceptability and feasibility of a novel tool to increase activity during learning. Frontiers in Public Health 2014;2.
Grieco LA, Jowers EM, Bartholomew JB. Physically active academic lessons and time on task: the moderating effect of body mass index. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 2009;41:1921–6.
Grieco LA, Jowers EM, Errisuriz VL, Bartholomew JB. Physically active vs. sedentary academic lessons: a dose response study for elementary student time on task. Preventive Medicine 2016; 89:98–103.
Have M, Nielsen JH, Ernst MT, Gejl AK, Fredens K, et al. Classroom-based physical activity improves children’s math achievement - A randomized controlled trial. PLoS One 2018;13:e0208787.
Helgeson JL. The impact of physical activity on academics in English classes at the junior high school level. Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences 2013;74.
Hraste M, De Giorgio A, Jelaska PM, Padulo J, Granic I. When mathematics meets physical activity in the school-aged child: the effect of an integrated motor and cognitive approach to learning geometry. PLoS One 2018;13:e0196024.
Kirk SM, Vizcarra CR, Looney EC, Kirk EP. Using physical activity to teach academic content: a study of the effects on literacy in head start preschoolers. Early Childhood Education Journal 2014;42:181–9.
Kirk SM, Kirk EP. Sixty minutes of physical activity per day included within preschool academic lessons improves early literacy. Journal of School Health 2016;86:155–63.
Klinkenborg A. The effect of physical activity on science competence and attitude towards science content 2011.
Leandro CR, Monteiro E, Melo F. Interdisciplinary working practices: can creative dance improve math? Research in Dance Education 2018;19:74–90.
Liu A, Hu X, Ma G, Cui Z, Pan Y, et al. Evaluation of a classroom-based physical activity promoting programme. Obesity Reviews 2008;9(Suppl 1):130–4.
Mahar MT. Impact of short bouts of physical activity on attention-to-task in elementary school children. Preventive Medicine 2011;52(Suppl 1):S60–S64.
Martin R, Murtagh E. Active classrooms: a cluster randomized controlled trial evaluating the effects of a movement integration intervention on the physical activity levels of primary school children. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 2017;14:290–300.
Mavilidi M-F, Okely AD, Chandler P, Paas F. Infusing physical activities into the classroom: effects on preschool children’s geography learning. Mind, Brain, and Education 2016;10:256–63.
Mavilidi M-F, Okely AD, Chandler P, Paas F. Effects of integrating physical activities into a science lesson on preschool children’s learning and enjoyment. Applied Cognitive Psychology 2017;31:281–90.
Mavilidi M-F, Okely A, Chandler P, Domazet SL, Paas F. Immediate and delayed effects of integrating physical activity into preschool children’s learning of numeracy skills. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 2018;166:502–19.
Miller S, Gildea A, Sloan S, Allen T. Physically active lessons: evaluation report and executive summary. London: Education Endowment Foundation, 2015.
Mullender-Wijnsma MJ, Hartman E, de Greeff JW, Bosker RJ, Doolaard S, et al. Improving academic performance of school-age children by physical activity in the classroom: 1-year program evaluation. Journal of School Health 2015;85:365–71.
Mullender-Wijnsma MJ, Hartman E, de Greeff JW, Doolaard S, Bosker RJ, et al. Physically active math and language lessons improve academic achievement: a cluster randomized controlled trial. Pediatrics 2016;137:e20152743–9.
Norris E, Shelton N, Dunsmuir S, Duke-Williams O, Stamatakis E. Virtual field trips as physically active lessons for children: a pilot study. BMC Public Health 2015;15:366.
Norris E, Dunsmuir S, Duke-Williams O, Stamatakis W, Shelton N. Physically Active Lessons Improve Lesson Activity and On-Task Behavior: A Cluster-Randomized Controlled Trial of the “Virtual Traveller” Intervention. Health Education & Behavior 2018;45:945–56.
Reed JA, Einstein G, Hahn E, Hooker SP, Gross VP, et al. Examining the impact of integrating physical activity on fluid intelligence and academic performance in an elementary school setting: a preliminary investigation. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 2010;7:343–51.
Reznik M, Wylie-Rosett J, Kim M, Ozuah PO. A classroom-based physical activity intervention for urban kindergarten and first-grade students: a feasibility study. Childhood Obesity 2015;11:314–24.
Riley N, Lubans DR, Morgan PJ, Young M. Outcomes and process evaluation of a programme integrating physical activity into the primary school mathematics curriculum: the easy minds pilot randomised controlled trial. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 2015;18:656–61.
Riley N, Lubans DR, Holmes K, Morgan PJ. Findings from the easy minds cluster randomized controlled trial: evaluation of a physical activity integration program for mathematics in primary schools. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 2016;13:198–206.
Shoval E, Sharir T, Arnon M, Tenebaum G. The effect of integrating movement into the learning environment of kindergarten children on their academic achievements. Early Childhood Education Journal 2018;46:355–64.
Szabo-Reed AN, Willis EA, Lee J, Hillman CH, Washburn RA, et al. Impact of three years of classroom physical activity bouts on Time-on-Task behavior. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 2017;49:2343–50.
Trost SG, Fees B, Dzewaltowski D. Feasibility and efficacy of a "move and learn" physical activity curriculum in preschool children. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 2008;5:88–103.
Vazou S, Skrade MAB. Intervention integrating physical activity with math: math performance, perceived competence, and need satisfaction. International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 2017;15:508–22.
Vetter M, O’Connor H, O’Dwyer N, Chou J, Orr R. Learning "Math on the Move": Effectiveness of a Combined Numeracy and Physical Activity Program for Primary School Children. Journal of Physical Activity and Health 2018;15:492–8.