I always seen this kind of clip in every of Nichijou episode (but with different movement). You can see them doing that on this Scene

Is this just some random movement?

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    Hey! I'd consider making your title (for this and the other recently asked Nichijou question) a bit more descriptive, since they're not likely to help anyone else in their current form — it seems highly unlikely that someone with the exact same question would ever be able to get here with the current title and description. – JNat Oct 11 '17 at 15:15
  • thanks @JNat, i dont know how to describe it with my bad grammar and english... – Gagantous Oct 11 '17 at 15:20
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    Well, I didn't watch any of the scenes myself, so I lack some context on the actions and all that. But what about something like: "Why do Nichijou characters cross theirs arms in front of their chests?" or something similar? All in all, and even with bad grammar, just be more descriptive — the community will fix typos and the like themselves ;) – JNat Oct 11 '17 at 15:23
  • Can you suggest me the appropriate title for the other recently question that I posted before? – Gagantous Oct 11 '17 at 15:32

As far as I know, it's just an original dancing choreography designed to look endearing, cute and fun. Kids on the streets don't usually perform a dance while playing rock-paper-scissors (or jan-ken-pon).

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    kids probably not dance but they sometime sing and do some synchronize movement with their partner while playing janken (which probably count as dancing as well) – Darjeeling Nov 21 '17 at 15:27

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