k!neblocks

Dynamic Alphabet Building Blocks

Exploring Letters,

Spatial Dimension,

and Character

Kinesthetic

Education

Test

Memory

Exercise Fine Motor Skills

Engage Spatial 

Awareness

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THE BODY IN SPACE...

As a former dancer, I believe we learn through the body. 

Roll Over with Mouse

LEARNING STYLES

Many argue that the majority of people are visual learners with only 5% of the population learning through kinesthesia, or through their hands. 

65% 

Visual

5%

Kinesthetic

30%

Auditory

I see

VISUAL LEARNING?

If this were the first tree you'd ever seen, and you could only use your eyes, what would you learn?

brown things

green things

a branch

a trunk

some

leaves

touch

see

BRAIN SHAPING

Our brains use the 5 senses and more to generate nerve impulses. Ultimately, we are sensory learners.

sense

smell

feel

taste

speak

hear

growing grass

cool shade

hiding bugs

veiny leaves

USING THE BODY

Life is enriched because of our senses. There's so much more to learn when we use our body.

scale

nesting eggs

fresh pine

sweet sap

hollow rap

rough bark

gravity

hot sun

GET YOUR HANDS ON ME

Discover Letters

Build Motor Skills

Explore Balance

Easy to Identify

and Hard to Identify

MATCH THE SILHOUETTE

Exercise Critical Thinking

Shared and Solo Play

Improves Memory

Exercise Spatial Acumen

Gamified Play

A with B is rooted firm

Proportionally cute,

The Top-Heaviness of E/F

and O/P is a hoot.

 

Because of C, the D rolls back

and L sends K face-down,

M and N stand tall and proud,

While Y loans Z its crown.

 

Q’s extra peg compliments

The graceful spoke of R,

G and H are joined by just

a space and little bar.

 

T makes S a hammerhead, 

Up the V, U climb,

The nature of the W

Let’s X repeat three times.

 

And simplest and quietest

of letterforms to play

with stiffened spine and curling foot The austere I and J.

The Company

We Keep