Children learn better from practical activities
Maria Tecla Artemisia Montessori was an Italian physician and educator who founded a successful education method using a scientific pedagogy. In one of her earliest experiments, Montessori observed that the children showed short bursts of deep attention and concentration and an appreciation of their environment.
Given a free choice of activity, the children tended to prefer practical activities over toys and games and seemed to shun sweets and other rewards. As a result, spontaneous self-discipline emerged in the children. Montessori codified these observations after several experiments into a system that is today known as the Montessori system. It is practiced in many schools around the world.
We are glad that your child is also studying in the same spontaneous learning environment which Maria Montessori established in 1906. (Adapted from Wikipedia)