Roll the dice and learn the weather!￼
With a cheerful smile, a happy spirit, an active body and an enlightened brain, the young seven-year-old Youssef is learning the various vocabulary of the weather by rolling the dice. In this personalized lesson, Youssef is playing the snakes and the ladders where every step constitutes a different weather state. In Britishey, we aspire to provide the best experience for your child based on highly accredited educational approaches. Every child has a versatile learning base, personal intelligence and educational need.
According to the VARK Model, there are four main types of learners: visual, auditory, reading and writing and kinesthetic. To start with the visual learners, they ”are better able to retain information when it’s presented to them in a graphic depiction, such as arrows, charts, diagrams, symbols, and more.” As for the kinesthetic learners, they ” thrive when engaging all of their senses during course work.” Mainly, when they practice a physical activity while learning. The lovely Youssef is a visual and kinesthetic learner. That is why moving, rolling the dice physically, playing and monitoring the screen visually have achieved the main aim of the lesson: learning the weather and having fun.