Luk Learning System, Intellectual Development Game/Toy
Playing and learning are the main design principles behind the LUK system. It
is well known that children learn best when having fun. Playing is the way
children learn, especially for the younger ones. If they play with challenging,
interesting, well designed and age appropriate contents, they learn and benefit
more. This is because their brains are stimulated, enriched, allowing them to
achieve higher level thinking skills.
Using the required controller tiles as they play with the system, children develop fine motor skills as well as strengthen their eye hand coordination. The contents of the system focus on the intellectual development elements of memory, concentration, visual perception, logical thinking, linguistic and mathematical skills. These elements also serve as the foundations not only for learning to read, write, and do math, but also for continued lifelong learning.
By using both hands and brain, eye hand coordination as well as greater thinking ability can be successfully achieved. For older children the ability to recognize numbers and place them in sequence is greatly enhanced. Delaying children's gratification through the system's special design is another theory behind LUK system. Research has shown that children who can delay their gratification, that is to wait for their reward, will be more successful than their peers in the future.
SpecialLUK for age 2+ and children with special needs