Multisensory learning is all about encouraging learners to use more than one of their senses when taking in new information. This learning style promotes using activities that appeal to our visual, auditory, kinaesthetic and tactile senses.


Learning through watching and seeing.


Learning through listening and hearing sounds


Learning through physical activity or body movement


Learning through using the sense to touch

1. Board games are fun and engaging

Simultaneous gameplay is the ultimate goal here. If all players are always doing something at the same time, they’re all engaged.

2. Board games promote inclusivity

Most board games should enable the players to feel comfortable in terms of having some fun and interacting with peers. This helps build confidence, boost self-esteem and helps reduce social anxiety.

3. Board games promote multi-sensory learning

Educational content {something our board game designs have} that involves multi-sensory learning such as kinaesthetic, visual and audible experiences will encourage greater learning.

4. Dyslexic strengths are enhanced through board games

Great interpersonal skills, visual and strategic thinking are just a few dyslexia strengths. Board games are inclusive which means these strengths can be demonstrated. With the inclusive nature of board games, they present an opportunity to develop and use these strengths in a safe and engaging environment.

5. Our board games don’t last long

Dyslexic children do not have long attention spans and so getting children to sit and learn can be a challenge. Our board games come with 3 boards in every pack, each board lasting around 5 minutes. This means children can practise many words but in a short period of time.