Play-Based Learning for Your School
Math & Movement uses a multi-sensory, play-based learning approach to teach students valuable skills. Multi-sensory learning is a method that helps students to learn through more than one way. Most of the teaching techniques in classrooms use either sight or hearing (visual or auditory methods). Children use their sight to read information, look at text, pictures or read information from the board. But this is just one sense out of five that students use to learn. Skills based in multi-sensory learning help students to succeed in their school’s math and reading curriculum. Math & Movement embodies the fact that students learn through many different learning styles. Not all students learn best by just sitting and listening to lectures. Therefore, our exercises include the visual, auditory, and kinesthetic elements that are aligned with most state standards.
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The learning process is much more effective when students can actively learn math and reading concepts through educational math games. Students that have the opportunity to learn kinesthetically can often retain much more information. Math and Movement has programs which span from Pre-K to 6th grade. It is very important that multi-sensory learning begins at a young age when students are still growing. When the multi-sensory learning approach is used from a young age on, it creates positive results. Students are more likely to be more self-confident in their learning. As a result, test scores it can help to majorly increase test scores and retention rates.
But, best of all, kids love to learn this way! Especially when worksheets and tests turn into cool math games.
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