• Movement in the Classroom

    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 well-being at school. So let’s make movement in the classroom part of the daily routine.

  • ActiveFloor creates greater interactivity and makes it possible to strengthen collaboration, communication, and movement 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.

  • Interactive Learning Games

    If it were natural for children to sit still and, in that way, learn and develop their skills, why do they play and fantasize as they do? Learning through play and movement is vital for children’s development. Play and movement help to further memory, motivation, teamwork, communication, creativity, and social skills.

    This is the exact reason why play, learning, and movement are the essences of the learning games and game templates in ActiveFloor. Play and movement are tools that help catch the attention of children of all ages and get everyone to join in.

  • Your Personal Online Platform

    In a very few minutes, you can create your very own interactive learning games. With a login to ActiveFloor’s Online Platform, you can develop games by use of any mobile device or computer. You decide in which game universe your content is made, and which subject, theme, and age group it is tailored to. You can also set the children's homework where they have to develop their own games.

    ActiveFloor provides you and your colleagues with a course on how to make your own games. You do not need any particular skills in IT to participate, we only need three hours of your time – after this, you will be ready to create and copy content for your very own interactive teaching.

  • Here you get an overview of the games that you have created. You can also find games others have made, inside the “play library”.

  • Here, you can create a memory game. You have to make one pair at a time – a pair can be made up of two pictures, one picture and a text, or a picture and an audio file.

  • When you create a game, you can see a preview of the game before making your game public on the floor.

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