Freinet's pedagogical thought makes an important contribution to the way of learning. Experimentation is the closest thing to natural learning. Before the invention of the school, one learned by observation, by repetition. The child learns this way as well. As soon as you enter the school world, you put aside this form of learning. Freinet maintains and adapts this way of doing things. He believes that the student learns through the search for answers to his questions and the solution to the problems to solve. In such a context, knowledge is answers to the person's concerns, a powerful source of intrinsic motivation. Knowledge becomes tools that we learn to identify and use when needed.