Physically active learning is more fun!
It’s no secret that not all children like school, in fact it can seem like there’s sort of an assumption that children just don’t like school, their complaints of it being boring dismissed as kids being kids.
Yet, children respond differently to physically active learning; those grumbles of boredom transform into enthusiasm. So, maybe it’s not school and learning that children don’t enjoy, maybe it’s the mode in which they learn. Change this and you’ll change the response.
Eager learners make your job that bit easier; we want children to love learning, perhaps this is how.
So, rather than asking children to go against their natural instinct to move, why not use that natural instinct as a vehicle for learning? And in doing so pave the way to a physically active future.
Yet, you can know all the reasons for doing something and still not do it because sometimes you just don’t know how.
And that can be the case with physically active learning, we can tell you all the studies that have been done, all the findings that have been reached, all the benefits that have resulted; but when you lack time, confidence and clarity there’s not much you can do about it.
Which is where Maths on the Move comes in, it gives you the chance to do something about it.
Experienced educators, learning materials and regular impact reports are provided; enhanced attainment, boosted confidence and increased physical activity is achieved.