Hands up anyone who could use a little bit of unbridled beauty in their day to day life right now? Keep ‘em up if you think it might be a wonderful thing to discuss with a little thinker?Learn more!
When it comes to asking big questions, young thinkers seem to have more than enough courage. In the eyes of many kids, there is no subject that’s out of bounds, no one who can’t or shouldn’t be asked,Learn more!
We know our kids have it (in alarmingly huge quantities sometimes). We know they enjoy it. One might even say they live in it, but sometimes grown-ups question the place and value of imagination in our everyday lives.Learn more!
Perhaps your little thinker has shown leadership potential (and we don’t mean just the average bossiness). Perhaps they haven’t, but you still want them to understand the concept, so they can choose their leaders more effectively. Leadership isLearn more!
It really doesn’t take much to spark curiosity in a kid. They spend their days lit up with questions and quandaries, and aren’t afraid to share and explore. It’s this drive and enthusiasm that helps them develop andLearn more!
Our Theme of the Week is Equality! It’s not an easy concept for anyone to get their head around, but it’s one that even very young thinkers mull over on a regular basis. Kids notice the differences betweenLearn more!
Celebrating a birthday this week is Marshall McLuhan, philosopher and media visionary! Mr. McLuhan coined phrases like “global village” and “The medium is the message.” He was also the inspiration for our book/app “Hey, I’m A Story!” IfLearn more!
Okay, robots are amazingly cool all by themselves. They’re shiny, they’re powerful, and they’re just a little bit like us. Without a doubt, they’re a great gateway to STEM learning, but they can also an amazing source ofLearn more!
Where to begin? Our kids, 21st century marvels that they are, have access to pretty much any bit of information from the whole of human existence. A lot of it is useful and interesting, a lot of itLearn more!
Most little thinkers out there have kicked off there summer vacation (hooray), and there are probably a whole lot of parents and caregivers looking for ways to put some space between kids and their screens. With warmer weatherLearn more!