Activity-based learning is indulging students in activities by stimulating their senses, such as sight, smell, vision or feeling, and getting them involved in the subject. Real objects work better when trying to understand them rather than something virtual or imaginary. Science lessons can be extremely interesting through this method of teaching. The best part is that the efforts can be from both the sides - teachers and students for this.
The ultimate goal of education is to boost the development of the child's brain; it is to assist holistic learning by helping the child to understand concepts and theories; it is to broaden the child's understanding of things so that they can implement it for the development of the environment that they live in.
By getting the child actively involved in their own learning, the activity-based learning model encourages students to be independent thinkers, analyze the task at hand, think critically and solve problems to come to the final learning. Being involved in these tasks encourages the child to be more inquisitive and develop their analytical and problem-solving skills.