Philosophy for Children is a curriculum which drives deep thinking and debating on a whole range of issues.
While schools are closed, The Philosophy Man will upload lots of resources each week to get children thinking and talking with their parents or with each other and teachers via Class Dojo. The resources will change every Friday. Games, questions, stories, riddles. Solutions to riddles will follow the next week.
Have a look at the brainsqueezers by clicking on the following link and you can leave your comments on The Philosophy Man's page and see other people's comments.
Examples of brainsqueezers are:
- If you dig up buried treasure, is it yours? (aimed at Reception)
- In what ways are children better than adults? (aimed at Year 1)
- Could a ball be a cube? (Year 2)
- What would life be like for someone who was afraid of nothing? (aimed at Year 3)