Our little book is on a roll! This week, “Zoom In, Zoom Out” was given another award! We’re thrilled to have received a Nautilus silver medal (print version)! While we bask in all of this recognition, please check outLearn more!
We were thrilled when our latest book “Zoom In, Zoom Out” found its way to the list for the Reader Views Reviewers Choice Awards. You can imagine how elated we are to have won accolades for the eBookLearn more!
It is with great pride that we announce that our latest book, “Zoom In, Zoom Out” has been awarded Honourable Mention in the 2017/18 Reader Views Reviewer’s Choice Awards! This mighty little book is the result of theLearn more!
Teaching a kid to think critically sounds like a bit of a daunting task, one that’s best left to professional educators. There’s no doubt that it’s a crucial skill for 21st century learners, and as such, it belongsLearn more!
It’s our job as parents and teachers to provide answers, right? Sometimes we think we have them ready-made, and sometimes we’re comfortable letting our kids arrive at them on their own. Either way, we hope that we’ll haveLearn more!
Hands up everyone out there who learned mostly by rote. Yeah, us too. For a nontrivial number of parents, math is memorization, grammar is repetition, and a bunch of other subjects consist of reading, listening, writing things down,Learn more!
It’s baked right into the word “philosophy.” Philos means love and sophia means wisdom. We’re meant to love asking big questions, and when we’re little, we really, really do. Somewhere along the way, however, our fondness for bigLearn more!
We’d like to give a great big thank you to Martin Street School in Milton, Ontario, and to their amazing librarian, Mrs. Webber! We spent a day there this week, chatting with grade twos and threes about theLearn more!
There’s so much fun stuff that can be done with philosophy in a homeschool environment, and we’re thrilled that this year, we’re part of the Canadian Online Homeschool Conference (February 2-11). We’ll be doing a talk about funLearn more!
They seem really smart, right? And cool, and famous, and… Well, philosophers, even the very famous ones, have silly moments, just like the rest of us. To celebrate these quirks, and to introduce little thinkers to some ofLearn more!