Freedom and responsibility are linked
The child chooses his work among the materials presented to him, moves freely, speaks without disturbing his neighbors.
No external judgments on results
No marks, no punishments, no rewards (so that the child does not work for a reward and the joy that his work gives him is the reward he gives himself).
There is only one copy of each material so that children do not compete in their work.
No generalized program
Each child is unique.
The time required for each to integrate, to experiment, varies from one child to another, from one moment to another, from one material to another.
Everyone has the time to understand, to deepen, to incorporate knowledge at their own pace.
The program, which the child chooses, corresponds to his needs.
Each stage of the teaching material prepares the next one and allows everyone to progress on a daily basis.