Interactive floor mapping features
Learning and development through play and movement
Give children the opportunity to move and interact with their peers instead of sitting in class, and knowledge will be learned through play.
Each class will be a competition, an adventure, a holiday, or even a prank, which will turn into positive emotions and positive grades.
By interacting with the floor, children not only gain new knowledge, but also develop comprehensively.
They learn to make their own decisions, think fast, and act as part of a team.
They develop memory, attention, logical thinking and coordination.
Learning material will be easy for any child. Teething, fear of difficulties and negative attitudes to lessons will be a thing of the past.
Integrate progressive methods of working with children.
Make learning fun, interesting and lively.