Between our hectic schedules and the multitude of wee gadgets that seem to follow us wherever we go, it’s not hard to see how we might feel a little disconnected from one another these days. It’s no wonderLearn more!
There’s a common theme in our featured free lesson plan, and our Famous Brain of the Week! In both, we take a look at our connection to nature, on Earth, and beyond! This week’s lesson plan asks theLearn more!
Have you had a chat with your little thinker about climate change, or animal rights, or why it’s our responsibility to keep our planet neat and tidy? Well, there’s no better time than now, and our latest “ILearn more!
There’s an awful lot going on in Australia with wildfires at the moment. While it’s a scary situation, it does present an opportunity to talk with your little thinker about their relationship to nature, and about their responsibilityLearn more!
There will probably be a lot of robots under trees, in stockings, and given out as holiday treats. They’ll be battery-powered, noisy, wiggly, and lots of fun to look at and play with. But is that all aLearn more!
What a wonderful year of big questions it’s been for us here at Red T! While we’re looking forward to all sorts of new adventures in 2020 (and beyond), we can’t forget to take a bit of timeLearn more!
In keeping with this week’s theme of Imagination (and oh, what a wonderful theme it is), we are happy to introduce Mr. Nietzsche, our Famous Brain of the week! Nietzsche spent a lot of time encouraging people toLearn more!
Is there any better time to talk about imagination? The streets are lit with twinkling lights, we snack on sweet treats dusted with sparkly sprinkles, and conversation turns, over and over again, to dreams and magic. So, thisLearn more!
Been caroling lately? Blasting fun holiday tunes while you get set for the upcoming festivities? Finding yourself humming a classic? Music is such a huge (and wonderful) part of celebrations this time of year, and it’s also aLearn more!
He may have been a little eccentric, but Jeremy Bentham was deeply concerned about people’s happiness (and animals too). He even made up a kind of math to figure out how to make as many people happy asLearn more!