Kinesthetic learners are natural doers. They learn best when they discover things by doing them.
Kinesthetic learners aren’t necessarily suited to the traditional classroom. They learn best when they are physically active, or through learning activities that involve active participation.
Scientists have found that when someone picks up newer skills and aptitudes, they are connected to the same functions that control basic body functions. Called ‘embodied learning‘, Maria Montessori (the one being Montessori Learning) believed this principle and that was the movement behind her style of teaching.