We emphasize on how to motivate young students and ensure they are involved during learning sessions. While technology has definitely changed education, many educators choose to use a more traditional and low technology approach. Some learning styles require physical presence and interaction between educators and students. In addition, some studies have shown that low-tech classrooms can stimulate students’ brain. For example, a student who takes a handwritten note has a better understanding than an e-note-taking student. Another disadvantage of technology in the classroom is that students who are prone to spell checking and auto-correct features at an earlier age may be weaker in spelling and writing skills. Finally, adapting learning experiences to different types of students is very important, and sometimes students work better with low tech approaches. Nevertheless, we are aware that the use of technology is needed to attract students. We try to optimize both approaches.