You can read the details of the lesson method on the methodology page.
In short, each lesson is divided into phases that respect a couple of important principles. Every child is different, learns and adopts knowledge in their own way and has different interests. The first phase serves to interest them, through a game, performance, presentation or story, we try to win their attention.
This is followed by the research phase and the main activity. In this phase, they explore and actively create, program and engage both physically and mentally.
The phase of explanation and expansion follows. We help children who have coped more slowly, I give new challenges to children who have successfully performed the main activity.
Finally, the game phase follows. This phase is characterized by togetherness. They work, compete or have fun together. Everyone sees the works of others, inspires each other and gets new ideas. Since this phase happens at the end, parents often attend and contribute to the feeling of creative pride, which, along with togetherness, is the second basic goal of this phase.