As you watch children grow and learn, it quickly becomes obvious that each child has their own way of learning and interacting with the world around them. The most physical of all the learning styles, kinaesthetic learners absorb information best through touch, movement and motion. On this warm and calm Monday morning, to recharge our little learners we did a simple paper plate activity during circle time. Children started to clap with paper plates, counting Infront and then behind. They were working on math as well as directional movements. Then slowly they moved the plates to both the sides, over the head and under the legs. This hands-on active learning gives bilateral coordination also. Sometimes the easiest activities can be creative and engaging and meaningful for young champs.