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Philosophy for Kids 40 Fun Questions That Help You Wonder ... About Everything! by David A. White

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Published by Prufrock Press .
Written in English


  • Special Education - Gifted,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Children: Grades 2-3,
  • Teaching Methods & Materials - Arts & Humanities,
  • Critical thinking,
  • Critical thinking in children,
  • Education,
  • Philosophy,
  • Study and teaching,
  • Teaching Methods & Materials - General,
  • Values,
  • Education / Teaching Methods & Materials / General

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages211
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8683900M
ISBN 101882664701
ISBN 109781882664702

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  The Children's Book of Philosophy lays out philosophical questions with engaging graphics that are fun and easy for kids to process. We've included biographical information, timelines, and conceptual thinking, all with inviting images. Children learn that their questions are important and have been pondered by famous philosophers for years/5(34). Peter Worley. Peter Worley is co-founder and CEO of the Philosophy Foundation. He is president of SOPHIA, the European Foundation for the Advancement of Doing Philosophy with Children and a Visiting Research Associate at Kings College London. His latest book, 40 Lessons to Get Children Thinking, is out in September.   "Philosophy for Kids" offers young people (ages 10 and up) the opportunity to become acquainted with the wonders of philosophy. Packed with exciting activities arranged around the topics of values, knowledge, reality, and critical thinking, this book can be used individually or by the whole class/5(6). Harry Stottlemeier's Discovery, created by Matthew Lipman in , is now a widely used and highly successful tool for teaching philosophy to children. As the original novel of the Philosophy for Children program, its goal is to present major ideas in the history of philosophy, nurturing children's ability to think for by: 2.

Most of the modules were created by students in Tom Wartenberg’s Philosophy for Children class at Mount Holyoke College. For each story or book, you will find a summary of the plot, a discussion of the main philosophical issues raised by the books, and a series of questions that can be used to initiate philosophical discussion of the story or book with children. This book contains detailed instruction on how to facilitate a philosophy discussion as well as an entire curriculum for an introduction to philosophy class for elementary school children. Tom has also written an introduction to philosophy for adults using children’s picture books, A Sneetch Is a Sneetch and Other Philosophical Discoveries. Philosophy for Children (p4c) is a wonderful way of bringing teachers and children together to discuss things that matter. It has many benefits for both groups. But there aren’t enough hours in the day to discover new materials, produce resources and lesson plans and invent new activities to keep you and your pupils interested. Philosophy for Children: Lesson Plans Created by Philosophy (Pre-College Philosophy) Class Members The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Philosophy helps you know where to place your faith. In a world that increasingly makes less and less sense as you grow older, this is a rare and valuable gift. OurFile Size: KB.

When children are introduced to philosophy, they learn to trust their own ideas and questions. It is an intellectual adventure for young people to discuss in a structured classroom environment the deep questions that matter to them.   Children's books Bernadette Russell’s top 10 philosophical questions children should ask From how should we treat animals to are the best things in life free? Instructions: Use copy or select all with microsoft word to print this great set of activities for ages 3 to ebook for Pre-K children is composed of three contents for pre-reading, pre-writing, and art for a total of 75 For example, readers Using helpful maps, charts, and . A reasonably in-depth discussion can be sparked just by asking questions about a book that was just read. Teaching Children Philosophy has a list of popular children’s stories and guides on how.