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This is an issue cultural education, not just a moral foundation.

For example, every kid shows interest in a particular thing like vehicles, animals or machines.

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There is no doubt that visual learning plays a key role in terms of children's learning and development. In fact , visual teachings are generally regarded as one of the most important factors that add a lot to a baby's early growth and development. For the records, children are easily affected by what they see, feel, feel and participate more than just the actual hear. Visuals help them sustain and remember lessons taught. It also takes care of verbal miscommunication and in addition creates and retains their interest in a particular lesson. It is usually said that humans, especially youngsters tend to remember 10% of what they hear, 50% of what they see, and 85% of what they see and do. This underlines the importance of visual aids in learning and development of kids.