Children can also be encouraged to become teachers for the chosen subjects and give lessons to either the younger children or to their own classmates, depending on the subject they are confident with. This training can have a deep impact on their personality and support the development of true identity. <ref>http://wiki.auroville.org.in/w/images/b/ba/SAIIER_Annual_Report_2009-10_Vol._1.pdf</ref>
===Art-based Activities that Develop Freedom ===
'''Free Drawing and Painting '''
Regular drawing and painting classes that allow children to express themselves freely. <ref>http://wiki.auroville.org.in/w/images/2/2d/SAIIER_Annual_Report_2011-12_Vol._1.pdf</ref>
This activity allows free discovery of organic memory by going deeper and deeper in the discovery of one’s true being through painting. <ref>http://wiki.auroville.org.in/w/images/b/ba/SAIIER_Annual_Report_2009-10 _Vol._1.pdf (p.104)</ref>
'''Arts and Crafts for Faculty Development '''
Allowing children to choose from from various art classes such as crafts, paintings, clay, carpentry and pottery activities through which the latent faculties of the children can be addressed; <ref>http://wiki.auroville.org.in/wiki/SAIIER_2013:Faculty_Development_Through_Crafts</ref>
Inviting children to create one‘s own ‘’’Universe in a Sandbox’’’, with objects and figurines displayed on shelves. <ref>http://wiki.auroville.org.in/wiki/SAIIER_2013:Lilaloka</ref>
'''Stories and Narration '''
Allowing children to bring in their own stories to read, or without a script relate a story to themselves and share it with other students;
Encouraging children to choose and read a passage from classical texts in literature such as Thirukkural and share its meaning to the whole group;
These activities provide children with opportunities to freely express themselves through story and speech and also to become free from fear. <ref>http://wiki.auroville.org.in/w/images/7/7f/Annual_Report_2010-11_-_Vol._1.pdf (p.80)</ref>