Online games are a great way to get children to interact with the subject, experience, build on the kjnowledge they have and they are therefore more likely to retain the information. It will benefit kinaesthetic learners in particular and also visual learners.
Kinaesthetic learners will benefit from manipulate the technology and make their way through the game but doing certain things that the game requires. It encourages their creativity because children can see the different ways and methods of presenting and learning a subject rather than writing out information. It also shows them that learning can be fun and change an negative attitude they may have to towards learning.
This is an example of an online game that assists younger children develop they mathematic skills and addition…
This game was taken from a site that provides teacher will many games to use in the classroom that will assist the students learn focussing on Mathematics games in particular.