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We want to use the table for learning games that engage the mind and body! Just an example: The student is presented with a subtraction problem. The student hits the ball with the paddle to make land in the area on the table with the correct answer. This can be adapted to multiple question answer scenarios in several subject areas. This is a great way to increase hand-eye coordination and keep physically distant while doing so. Studies have shown that students retain information better when there is physical movement associated with the lesson being taught.

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We want to use the table for learning games that engage the mind and body! Just an example: The student is presented with a subtraction problem. The student hits the ball with the paddle to make land in the area on the table with the correct answer. This can be adapted to multiple question answer scenarios in several subject areas. This is a great way to increase hand-eye coordination and keep physically distant while doing so. Studies have shown that students retain information better when there is physical movement associated with the lesson being taught.

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