Contemporary theories of learning place a high value on the contribution of movement feedback during the learning process.
Children learn more effectively if they have fun while learning.
One way to use active games is their application to students’ basic knowledge and abilities in cognitive areas.
For this activity, your little ones followed a trail made of chalk. Because our shape of the week was a triangle, small triangles were written and interspersed with numbers.
As your little one traversed the thoroughfare, she were encouraged to jump, and, while doing so, shout out the number and shape she landed on with each impact.
This targeted two different memory processes, which they integrated throughout the course of the activity. To keep their level of interest high, we later added cars and other manipulatives, to which they were encouraged to play at their own pace.