How it works ?

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01 : Construction


The pupils numbers each piece in pencil and carefully separates the pre-cut pieces. Each student folds and glues the pieces according to the instructions provided. Any childrens glue can be used. Some models are to be built as a group activity, others are individual models. 

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02 : Decoration

Each student can customize and decorate their models at any time. It's usually easier to decorate once the model is completed. Each pupil can use paint, markers, crayons, stockers. Downloading files to personalize the decoration is available for some models.

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03 : Achievement

Each student brings home their construction. Parents may wish to order additional copies to duplicate what was done in the school. This would provide enjoyable family time to share with the children in order for them to explain what they learned in school.



The benefits of our models :

An educational tool

The construction of our models is a way for students and children to develop their knowledge and skill in conjunction with the class and the school curriculum.

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LEARNING

in an enjoyable environment

The model represents a building, an object or a technic which is part of the educational program. Children learn history, technology through these models.

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WORK

as a team

We propose to develop the work among students with models to perform individually or in groups. Each student can then reinvest in family work done at school.

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CREATE

to be creative

These constructions allow students to realize a different approach to learning history, mathematics, technology, art ...


AIn order to encourage success, this fun activity works many transferable skills.

Language proficiency

  • Express themselves clearly both orally using appropriate vocabulary.
  • Participate in a debate, a verbal exchange: explain, argue, justify.
  • Adjust its playback to the nature of the proposed text and the objective.

Scientific and technological culture

  • Search, extract and organize useful information.
  • Carry, manipulate, measure, experiment: read a note and solve construction problems.
  • Practicing an investigative approach: i.e observe and question.
  • Organization and management of data: Handle percentages and proportionality.
  • Geometry: recognize, describe and name the usual figures and solids (three-dimensional model).

Humanistic culture

  • Practice various forms of visual expression and visual art.

Social and civic skills

  • Respect the rules of collective life.

Autonomy and initiative

  • Autonomous and be persistent with their work: managing their tools, and completing their task.
  • Engage and get involved in an individual project.
  • Integrate and cooperate in a group project.
  • Mobilize wisely motor skills: development of fine motor skills.
  • Develop self-confidence.

Other skills can be worked and are detailed for each model.