Luckily, there are tools that teachers can use to keep children active while learning even without the extra hands to help them. And, this is important because “when kids are moving, they’re having more fun, often making lessons feel less like work” (Abdelbary 2017).
As an interactive learning tool designed to actively engage pupils in their teaching, Hopspots can be a solution to the problem. With the use of light, sound and movement pupils become active while learning and they use several senses rather than just sitting down and listening. The games challenge on different levels, e.g. motor skills, balance, coordination, speed, reactivity, memory, perception, creativity etc., and children can become co-creators of their own educational content.