Books adapted to each student's reading level, exploring more advanced or unusual topics.
In-depth discussion and analysis of texts.
Challenging math problems that require deep thinking and problem-solving skills
Mathematical competitions between students
Students must prepare an exhibition on a specific theme, using written, visual and oral supports to present their knowledge.
Set up a reading corner in the classroom, with a variety of books adapted to different reading levels, to promote independent reading and a love of books.
Educational applications, websites and interactive software offer additional learning activities tailored to the school curriculum.
Students choose a topic that interests them and carry out an independent learning project, in which they explore the topic independently and present their findings.
Creative thinking techniques such as brainstorming, lateral or divergent thinking to help students generate original ideas.
Riddles and puzzles encourage logical thinking, problem solving and creativity.
Board games such as chess, checkers, crosswords or Go develop students' strategic, planning and decision-making skills.
Activities that encourage students to question, analyze and evaluate information, such as solving moral dilemmas or discussing controversial issues, can be very effective.
Students write stories, poems, plays, etc., possibly with pictures, key words or sentence starters to stimulate their creativity.
Group writing sessions where students can collaborate to write stories or plays.
Artistic projects such as posters, sculptures, collages and videos to develop artistic expression and encourage imagination.
Role-playing games where students can embody different characters and develop their ability to put themselves in other people's shoes and improvise.
Classroom debates on interesting topics encourage students to develop critical thinking skills and express their opinions creatively.
Building sets such as blocks and Lego encourage students to design and build original structures.