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The place for motion-based learning in special education

The M4All Community site is the place where researchers, practitioners, students but also teachers and parents can get direct access to games, research material and useful information from the field of motion-based learning for children with special education needs, in particular children with motor and/or intellectual disabilities.

M4ALL educational games have all been developed using the Kinect technology and they offer customisation capabilities to enable caregivers, therapists and parents to adapt the gaming experience to the individual requirements of each child. More information about the games can be found here.

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M4All Project

Motion-based adaptable playful learning experiences for children with motor and intellectual disabilities (M4All) is the title of a EU funded project carried out by six organisations (project partners), each coming from a different EU country. Through their research these partners have worked together to create a series of fun games to help children with motor and intellectual disablities learn, move and play!