This tutorial video shows how meaningful play can facilitate the process of understanding complex mathematical concepts like the relationship between time speed and distance.
Learning by playing allows young students to perform cognitive processes that are possible by learning with books and textbooks. Play is an actively engaging and socially active form of activity where children learn to experiment, predict the outcome of their planned activities, cooperate and use scientific concepts to improve the outcome of their experiments.
Lego has developed a series of ready to use study materials for integrating robotics into different classroom activities. These learning materials are easily adapted into different curriculums. Didactic materials about learning by playing can be found here: https://www.unicef.org/sites/default/files/2018-12/UNICEF-Lego-Foundation-Learning-through-Play.pdf
Official website for Lego education: https://education.lego.com/en-us/lessons