For many years, kids have been asked to sit still when they have been taught to read, write and do math – but today we know that bringing in movement over the course of the day can further kids’ learning, motivation and their well-being at school.
With an interactive floor from Active Floor, the children and students get an equal approach to auditive, visual and kinetic learning. Active Floor creates greater interactivity and makes it possible to strengthen the collaboration and communication in the classroom.
The learning games with content for maths, language arts and science provide you, as a teacher, with plenty of opportunities to integrate movement and ‘fun’ in the teaching of both small and big kids – and you can even make your very own game content. When you work with movement and gamification, you catch the students’ attention in a whole new way while you bring in the learning targets of the individual subjects.
“In our ward, things that children don’t particularly like happen often. Maybe they have to get pricked in the arm by a needle. They are far away from their friends, and maybe mom and dad are sad. Because of all this, such an interactive floor means a lot to the ward. It creates great experiences and a ray of hope for the children who come here.”
Tone Møller – leading nurse at the ward for children and youths at the hospital, Sydvestjysk Sygehus.
“It is amazing with such a floor. I have been in this ward with Allie several times, and I often see the older children walk about restlessly.
I think that especially the older children are going to benefit very much from it.”
Jannie Røn – Mother to a patient at the hospital, Sydvestjysk Sygehus