To all thinkers, big and little, we say thank you for asking amazing, big questions. Here’s to finding a whole lot of answers together! Happy World Philosophy Day, everyone! Now, let’s have a little giggle, shall we?Learn more!
Teaching a kid to participate in an argument without getting angry or riled up is a challenge. Let’s be honest, it’s something most grown-ups find a bit tricky too (just look at rants and trolls on social media).Learn more!
We’ve always been proponents of the idea that philosophy (especially for kids) can be found a variety of difference sources. Great conversations can spring from books, cartoons, sports, toys, advertisements, and much, much more. One very enjoyable sourceLearn more!
Asking big, difficult questions seems to be second nature to a little thinker. The more complicated the question, the more enticing it is. For a kid, it isn’t scary to ask. For a grown-up, however, big questions canLearn more!
Philosophy Bakes Bread is an amazing podcast that explores both the serious and not-so-serious side of our favourite subject. We were lucky enough to be featured in their latest episode, and had a blast talking shop and tellingLearn more!
We live in interesting times, and one of the challenges of parenting in the 21st century is finding sensitive, but honest ways to discuss world events and big issues with our kids. Go online after a natural disaster,Learn more!
There’s nothing more gratifying for philosophers like us than getting out for a chat with other thinkers. As part of Culture Days, this weekend we’ll be running two different philosophy activities in our hometown of Milton, Ontario. TheLearn more!
It’s almost here! Our yearly trek to Toronto’s Word on the Street Festival is this Sunday at Harbourfront Centre, and we’d love to see all kinds of young philosophers there. Find us in the Kids Street section and checkLearn more!
Our newest publication, “Zoom In, Zoom Out” is now available for purchase! You’ll find it at Amazon.com. It’s packed with amazing photography, cute cartoon critters, and a guessing game that challenges kids to question what they see. GrabLearn more!
Big questions and little thinkers never rest! We’ve got some amazing, big plans for September, and we couldn’t wait to share! If you haven’t already heard, we’ve got a new book coming out! Watch for “Zoom In, ZoomLearn more!