Hands-on learning is an educational approach where students are encouraged to learn through doing, or active participation. This is especially important to kinesthetic learners, since it offers them a chance to directly observe, engage in and understand something using more of their senses. This helps students better understand concepts and retain information. Students of all ages benefit from a hands-on and ‘minds-on’ learning approach that sparks imagination, curiosity and critical thinking. Such learning opportunities give students the chance to see how something works in a real-life scenario, build something, learn a skill, test a hypothesis, observe something in action and fix glitches. It encourages active learning and practical problem solving.