The program represents for students the opportunity to access reading and researching materials in the computers that help them to practice and strengthen math subjects (such as geometry and simple operations), language arts and literature (the computer has over 200 contents including writing and concept map applications helping comprehension), design and creation through logical programming development. Similarly, they have 250 stories illustrated by children.

Having an educational tool along the school year helps the student to grow in his/her own responsibility and commitment for learning. Monitor students are organized to support others who need help, maximizing the computer.

Students have the opportunity and space to freely and playfully use the computer at home, thus enhancing the child’s non-formal education.