Interactive classroom activities can help students develop critical thinking skills, give each student an opportunity to speak, increase active involvement in the class and enable greater student retention of learning material. Keeping in mind “The No Child Left Behind Policy”, teachers at Suchitra Academy have come up with a new interactive tool “the questioner pop sticks”, where students will be called to pick up a pop stick and answer interesting questions written on that pop stick at the end of the day. This will encourage classroom discussions to create a rich dialogue, facilitate discussion for all student learners and give students multiple opportunities to see how their peers answer and hear the language they use to describe their feelings. Not only will this keep students focused, it will also help them practice social and emotional learning skills.