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Blending Philosophy For Children & Better Thinking Skills.

Firstly, congratulations on daring to have fun in inquiring how the two curious creatures visit, trip over and are dumped on the shores of ten different islands. We guarantee that you and your students will share many adventures exploring how motivation and purpose shape decision-making and problem-solving. Red Wool Editions’ Why In The World Are …

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Why In The World Are We Here?

The Young Philosophers’ Education Programme For Anxious Times Having a philosophical conversation about the state of the world is hazardous right now. As parents and teachers, we are caring for children while at the same time dealing with health, economic and psychological threats. In this anxiety-ridden context, reading and talking with our children and students …

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Exciting young writers resource

Are you looking for exciting books for your 9 to 13-year-old with a wild imagination? It could be that you’ve had enough of those bland, fill-in-the-space type resources that are everywhere. Is your child less than excited about writing? The Book With No Story is an exciting young writers resource which holds 52 creatures who …

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Six Reasons On Why Journals Matter

Why we support the use of journals at home and in school? Sometimes, proven methods of dealing with important issues can be taken for granted. That’s can be the case for using journals as ‘thinking tools’. So, we put together this resource to help you encourage the young people in your life to never stop …

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How do you start a philosophical discussion in your Classroom?

In their guide to philosophy in schools, Matthew Lipman, Ann Sharp and Frederic Oscanyan say this: Getting students to engage in philosophical dialogue is an art. As with any art, some knowledge is a prerequisite – in this case, the teacher should possess an understanding of when it is appropriate to intervene in the discussion …

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