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!
Well, thinkers, was it a good one? Did you ask big questions? Were there lots of new ideas this year, and interesting people to share them with? Did you start and finish 2017 with curiosity and creativity? Yup,Learn more!
Wishing all of the little thinkers out there (and big thinkers too) a holiday season full of happiness, love, and above all, GREAT BIG QUESTIONS! Curious minds and rational voices are a gift to those of us whoLearn more!
Hey, want a peek into our newest app, Get Wise? Yeah, it is as cool as it looks. Kids will learn thinking skills while they play, but that can be our little secret. Check out the video, andLearn more!
It is with great pride and pleasure that we introduce our latest app, Get Wise (cue trumpet fanfare and confetti canons)! This app features a 3D museum, a board game, a dress-up activity, a journal tool, a colouringLearn more!
What’s the best way for a kid to develop bigger thinking skills? By playing, of course! Get Wise is a collection of mini-games and activities for 3D explorers, board gamers, designers, puzzlers, doodlers, and writers, ages 7 and up.Learn more!
The presents will have been opened, the last of the leftovers consumed, and all the guests will have gone home. Kids will be bored, and adults will be in the process of getting back to work/reality. If we’reLearn more!